Quadruple stabbing 'linked to shooting' leaves four men hospitalised in north London
The stabbing follows two men and a 16-year-old teenager being injured after a man fired a shotgun into a minicab on Saturday
Four men were hospitalised on Sunday night after being stabbed in north London in an incident that police believe is linked to a shooting the night before.
Emergency services were called to Fraser Road in Edmonton at 5.55pm where the men - all in their 20s - were discovered with stab wounds and rushed to hospital. One of the men has since been discharged.
Two vehicles that had been in a collision were also found at the scene, police said.
Police have arrested one man in connection to the incident, which they believe is linked to a shooting less than a mile away in Enfield on Saturday night.
The Enfield incident saw two men and a 16-year-old teenager were injured after a man fired a shotgun into a minicab they were sitting in.
A Met spokesperson said: "Police were called to Fraser Road in Edmonton at 17:55hrs on Sunday, 18 November to reports of a fight.
"Four men, all in their 20s, were found with stab wounds. They have all been taken to north London hospitals.
"One of the men has since been discharged; we await an update on the condition of the other three men. A crime scene has been put in place and Fraser Road has been closed.
"One person has been arrested. At this early stage, officers believe the incident is linked to the shooting in Gordon Road, Enfield on Saturday, 17 November."