Police arrest four men in connection with double stabbing in Wandsworth
Police arrested four people this morning in connection with the stabbing of two teenagers in Wandsworth last night.
Two youths who were found with stab wounds to the torso in Malva Close are in hospital with life threatening injuries.
One is described as being in a critical condition the other in a serious condition.
Police were called to a fight involving a group of teenagers in Garratt Lane, Wandsworth, at about 10.05pm, but no-one was at the scene when they arrived.
They found the injured youths shortly afterwards.
Twitter users close to the scene have been posting their shocked responses on the social networking site.
Chloe Carter wrote: "Happened about 10.30pm last night while I was in the Brewers Inn. Police advised someone had been stabbed."
St Ann's Hill, Wandsworth, remains closed between East Hill and St Ann's Crescent causing considerable disruption to traffic.
A spokesperson for London Ambulance Service said: "Staff treated two patients, both with stab wounds and taken as priorities to hospital. One man was 19-years-old, but the age of the other is unknown."
Scotland Yard has appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Anyone with information can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.