Two teenagers stabbed in fight in Tottenham

Two teenagers were stabbed in Tottenham

Two 16-year-olds have been injured after they were stabbed during a fight in north London.

The Met said firearm officers and air support were called to Ruskin Road in Tottenham at 00:30 GMT following reports of gunshots.

Once there, they found two boys had been stabbed in their torsos.

One was in a critical condition in an east London hospital but is now described as serious but stable. The other has been treated and released.

Officers said four males have been arrested in connection to the incident.

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