mylondon– A 19-year-old man has been stabbed with a 30cm-long machete in a fight between a huge group of youths at Sunbury Cross Shopping Centre.
Police rushed to shopping centre, just south of Feltham, after a member of the public alerted officers to the brawl breaking out close to the entrance of Marks and Spencer at 5.10pm on Wednesday (May 19).
The group have been described by Surrey Police as being white and mixed race males, aged between 14 and 19, wearing predominantly tracksuit bottoms and hoodies, all with face coverings.
Some of the group are also believed to have been on bikes.
During the fight a 19-year-old man was stabbed with a large blade, thought to be a machete approximately 30cm long.
The other youths then fled the scene towards the nearby Spelthorne Grove estate.
The victim received first aid in a nearby shop and was taken to hospital where the injury has been described as serious, but thankfully not life-threatening or life-changing.
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Police officers, including armed response, immediately flooded the scene to try and find the individuals responsible and the weapon used, however they have not yet been able to identify those involved yet.