Crowds dispersed over fears of more trouble after boy, 16, stabbed in Maryland
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A crowd had to be dispersed after a teenage boy was stabbed on Saturday night.
Police were called to Cruikshank Road in Maryland at 10.19pm after receiving reports of a fight.
When officers arrived they found the 16-year-old suffering from stab wounds.
A Met spokeswoman said: “He was taken to an east London hospital. His injuries are not life-threatening.”
The Met was given permission to impose a dispersal zone in the area with crowds told to move on due to police concerns over more trouble.
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The Met spokeswoman said: “There have been no reports of any further incidents and no arrests. The crime scene has now been closed.”
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