Two police officers stabbed in central London
- Two officers are currently being treated in hospital for stab wounds.
- Police say that a person has been arrested on suspicion.
- The mayor of London says that the incident was not related to terrorism.
LONDON: Two police officers were stabbed in central London on Friday and are currently undergoing treatment. HospitalA man has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm and assaulting an emergency worker, the Metropolitan Police Service said.
The incident was not terror-related and the condition of the two officers was not out of danger, the mayor of London said Sadiq Khan Told to The BBC.
“On Friday, September 16 at approximately 06:00 (0500 GMT) police were confronted by a man with a knife in the Leicester Square area. Two officers suffered stab wounds and are currently being treated in hospital.” The police said the statement.
Police said that the arrested person was also taken to the hospital for treatment where he is currently.