People have been urged to avoid Greenford Avenue in Ealing due to a "police incident".
A spokesman from Metropolitan Police said the incident on Wednesday September 27 is near Greenford Avenue and Bordars Road.
Emergency services are currently managing the incident.
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Victim rushed to major trauma centre
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said the victim was taken to the major trauma centre “as a priority”.
“We were called at 10.38am today to Greenford Avenue, W7 to reports of a stabbing.
“We sent an ambulance crew and a single responder in a car to the scene.
“We treated a man at the scene and took him to a major trauma centre as a priority.”
'Massive police presence'
A spokesman from Beauty Box, a business just metres away from where the stabbing took place, spoke to getwestlondon.
“There’s a massive police presence at the moment and they don’t seem to be going anywhere yet,” she said following the stabbing on Greenford Avenue at 10.40am.
Location of stabbing
The Metropolitan Police was called to the junction of Bordars Road and Greenford Avenue at 10.40am and attended the scene along with the London Ambulance Service.
Currently no arrests
Police officers were called at 10.40am to Greenford Avenue, at the junction of Bordars Road.
The male suffered a stab injury following “an altercation with another male”, who police believe has left the scene.
There have currently been no arrests.
Stabbing in Ealing
A spokesman for Metropolitan Police has confirmed someone has been stabbed following fight on Greenford Avenue.
A male in his 30s has suffered a stab injury and has been taken to a London hospital.
Currently, his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
Police incident in Ealing
Police are urging members of the public to avoid Greenford Avenue due to a “police incident”.
We’ll bring you all the latest as we get it.