The London Metropolitan Police were called to Fothergill Drive at 4.28pm following reports a man in his 20s was knifed. An air ambulance was called to the scene. The man’s condition is currently not known.
A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman said: “Police were called at 16.28hrs on Friday, 22 March to a report of a male stabbed.
“Officers attended along with the London Ambulance Service.At this early stage, it is believe that the victim, a man believed to be in his early 20s, was stabbed in Fothergill Drive, N21, and then drove to another location nearby before police were called.
“He has been taken to a north London hospital – we await an update on his condition. No arrest at this stage – enquiries continue.”
The force asked those with information to call police on 101 quoting CAD 5202/22MAR, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The attack came hours after an earlier stabbing in Enfield, which took place at 2.20am.
Officers were called to Lawson Road to find a man, 29, had been repeatedly stabbed and may have also been run over in a horrific assault.
A force spokesman said the injuries of the man, who was rushed to hospital i the early hours, are “consistent with being run over by a vehicle”.
The stabbings follow news that 60 people were butchered in just 40 days at the beginning of March.
London’s knife crime epidemic has shown no signs of ending with the capital reeling from fatal attacks since the start of 2019.