Three people injured as ‘teenage girl’ threw acid on her on the street in north London – .

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Three people injured as ‘teenage girl’ threw acid on her on the street in north London – .


Three people injured as ‘teenage girl’ threw acid on her on the street in north London

  • Three people were rushed to hospital following an acid attack in north London
  • Emergency crews were called to Beaufort Park in Colindale around 7.20pm.
  • Police are currently investigating and no arrests have been made

Three people were rushed to hospital following an acid attack in north London this evening.

Emergency crews, including the London Ambulance Service, rushed to Beaufort Park in Colindale following reports of a “corrosive substance” thrown at a young girl at around 7.20pm.

Three people at the scene were injured as a result of the attack and all were taken to hospital.

At this early stage, their conditions are not thought to be life threatening.

Emergency crews, including the London Ambulance Service, rushed to Beaufort Park in Colindale following reports of a ‘corrosive substance’ being thrown

Some police officers were also treated at the scene for the effects of the substance after attending the address and none of their conditions are considered serious.

After the attack, residents of the area were told to stay indoors while police attended to the injured, according to reports on social media.

In a statement, the force said: “Police were called at around 7.20pm on Monday July 12 to report the incident to an address in NW9.

“Three people at the address were injured after a corrosive substance was thrown at them.

“All three were taken to hospital by the London Ambulance Service – at this early stage their condition is not thought to be life threatening. ”

Some officers were also treated at the scene for the effects of the substance after visiting the address and none of their conditions are considered serious. (Archive image)

No arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.

Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101 or tweet @MetCC and quote CAD 6733/12 July.

You can also provide information anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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