Boy, 17, fatally stabbed in an altercation in east London

After a fight in east London, a 17-year-old boy was stabbed to death, and another boy is in the hospital getting treatment.

There were reports of a fight in Bow involving about 100 people, some of whom had machetes, just after midnight on Sunday.

Police and paramedics from London’s ambulance service and air ambulance found two teens with stab wounds.

The youngest, who was thought to be 17 years old, died in an east London hospital after being taken there. Scotland Yard says that his family has been told and that specially trained officers are helping them.

A patient who is 18 years old is still in the hospital and is in critical condition.

Six hours after the incident, special stop-and-search powers were given the go-ahead. Under a section 60 order, police can search anyone in a certain area and time frame without the usual “reasonable grounds.”

Detectives have started looking into Operation Wildcast, but no one has been arrested and no guns have been found.

DCI Mark Rogers of the Met’s specialised crime command said that this “very disturbing incident” killed one young man and left another in critical condition in the hospital. During this hard time, I’m thinking about and praying for their family and friends.

“I also want them and the rest of the community to know that my staff and I are always looking into what happened and who is to blame. I’d like to kindly ask anyone who saw this or who might know something that could help us with our investigation to get in touch with us and tell us what they know.

“I’ve heard that about 100 of the people there were armed. Even though I want to stress that our investigation is still very new, it doesn’t seem like all of this information is true. We know that this event affected a large number of people, some of whom may not have been directly involved or armed.

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