Man stabbed in south Acton

Image above: Library image; Metropolitan Police

Injuries ‘not life threatening’

A man was rushed to hospital last night, Thursday (26 October) after being stabbed in Acton. The incident took place in Rosenburg Road, off Bollo Bridge Road, just before 8pm. Nobody has been arrested in connection with the attack as yet.

Police say the man stabbed is believed to be in his twenties was taken to hospital with non life threatening injuries. Road closures are currently in place on Corbett Gardens and Bollo Bridge Road.

Rosenburg Road is close to Acton Gardens Primary School, formerly Berrymede Primary School, and not far from Acton Town station.

In a statement a Met Police spokesperson said: 

“Police were called to Rosenberg Road, W3 at about 7.52 pm on Thursday 26 October following reports of a stabbing.

“Officers attended and found a male believed aged in his 20s with stab injuries. He was taken to hospital where he remains. His injuries have been assessed as not life threatening.

“Road closures are currently in place on Corbett Gardens and Bollo Bridge Road. No arrests have been made.”