Published: Fri, November 02, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

'Brutal knife fight' at London Sony HQ

'Brutal knife fight' at London Sony HQ

Two people have been stabbed in central London amid reports of a man armed with a machete in the Sony Music headquarters.

Armed officers descended onto Derry Street just after 11am this morning.

Trish Ellis, a personal assistant at The Mail on Sunday newspaper who witnessed the incident, told PA: "Armed police were going in six-plus at a time, and more and more of them but they seemed to be keeping people in the building".

According to the Evening Standard, which its based by the scene, a witness reported seeing panicked people running from the incident while screaming.

There was "blood everywhere", he said.

'The guy with the leg injury had a towel wrapped around his leg, and the attacker was sitting down on the floor, still obviously very angry, with people trying to calm him down, and paper towels wrapped around his arm'.

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A statement from the force read: "Police were called at approximately 1100hrs on Friday, 2 November to reports of an incident on Derry Street, W8".

The victim was taken to a south London hospital with stab wounds and was pronounced dead at 8.15pm, the Metropolitan Police said.

Staff were evacuated while a source told Business Insider the stabbing took place inside their office, which is on the third floor.

Two people were injured and one man arrested following the incident, which police said was not terror related. They said one person had been arrested and it was not being treated as terrorism.

The Met police added: "No evidence of any firearms involved in this incident. It is not being treated as terror related", it stated.

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