A man in her twenties dies and a woman in her eighties is fighting for her life after being stabbed in Brentford

A man in her twenties dies and a woman in her eighties is fighting for her life after double stitches in West London

  • Police say two people were stabbed to death in the Albany Parade in Brentford, London
  • A man believed to be in his twenties died on the scene, police say
  • A woman over 80 is in critical condition with stab wounds in the hospital
  • Met Police says there is “nothing to suggest” that the incident was related to terrorism

A man has died and a woman in her 80s is fighting for her life tonight after she was stabbed to death in west London.

The man believed to be in his twenties was pronounced dead tonight at the double stabbing crime scene in Albany Parade, Brentford.

According to the police, the over 80-year-old woman was taken to hospital with stab wounds.

Their condition is said to be critical, say the officials. The police are investigating the double stabbing tonight.

They say there is “nothing to suggest” that the incident was related to terrorism.

According to the police, no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing. The male victim has not yet been officially identified.

The man believed to be in his twenties was pronounced dead tonight at the double stabbing crime scene in Albany Parade in Brentford (pictured)

A Met Police spokesman said in a statement tonight: “An The investigation began after two people were stabbed to death on Friday, November 12, around 8 p.m. in Albany Parade, Brentford.

“A man believed to be around 20 years old was pronounced dead at the scene.

“The investigation into his identity is ongoing, so his family has not yet been informed. An autopsy will be carried out in due course.

“A woman over 80 was taken to hospital with stab wounds. Your condition is considered critical.

“The investigation into the circumstances is ongoing. As of this writing, there is no evidence that the incident is related to terrorism. There has been no arrest. ‘

“Witnesses or anyone else with information is requested to call 101 Ref. 6423 / 12nov.”

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