From Brent Police
Armed officers were among those responding
after calls at 13:18hrs on Wednesday, 21 June to reports that two people
had been stabbed at Central Middlesex Hospital.
Officers found two people with stab injuries.
The first victim has injuries that are being treated as life-threatening.
The second victim's injuries are not being treated as life-threatening.
Police arrested a man outside the hospital. He has also been conveyed to hospital having received injuries that are believed to be self-inflicted. His condition is being treated as life-threatening.
Officers will remain in the hospital as further searches are conducted but at this time they are satisfied that no one else is sought.
Police are working to establish the circumstances. At this time the incident is not being treated as terror-related.
The hospital was temporarily locked down but has now re-opened and will be operating services as normal. There is a heightened police presence at the hospital while we investigate.
On Twitter Cllr Ketan Sheth, Chair of Scrutiny Committee said:
Shocked and saddened to hear of a stabbing incident at Central Middlesex Hospital… My immediate thoughts are with the patients and the wonderful staff at the hospital. I’m pleased that the incident was swiftly dealt with by the emergency services.