Boy, 16, stabbed close to Havering College

PUBLISHED: 16:53 24 November 2015 | UPDATED: 08:47 25 November 2015

Picture: Google maps

Picture: Google maps


A 16-year-old boy has been taken to an east London hospital after “suffering a stab wound” police have said.

Officers were called at 3.28pm to Tring Gardens, Harold Hill, by Havering College of Further and Higher Education to reports of a teen being stabbed in the leg.

The boy’s injuries are not life threatening.

Havering College has tweeted that an investigation is being conducted into the incident.

A follow-up tweet from the college added: “We have taken all steps to ensure that the Quarles Campus is a safe and secure environment for both students and staff.”

Officers from Havering Police are on scene.

No arrests. Enquiries continue.

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