Harrow bus station has reopened after four men were stabbed nearby in the early hours of Sunday (July 9).
Police were called to Harrow on the Hill Tube station at around 3.45am by the London Ambulance Service after four men were found stabbed.
A 23-year-old man is in a critical condition and fighting for his life, while a 19-year-old is in a serious but stable condition. The two other men, aged 20 and 21 were discharged from hospital on Sunday.
Police have made no arrests and Harrow CID continue to appeal for information.
Police sealed off much of the area around the underground station and bus station on Sunday but the main College Road exit and cut through from St George's shopping centre were both closed.
The entrance reopened on Monday (July 10) morning along with the bus station. There is a good service on the Metropolitan Line and the Chiltern Railways Aylesbury to Marylebone route which stops at the station.
Anyone who witnessed the incident, or has information that may assist police, is asked to call Harrow CID via 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The stabbings comes a week after a man in his late teens was stabbed several times near Harrow town centre (see video below) on July 2.