Man collapses in King’s Cross after being stabbed in groin
Police appeal for witnesses as 27-year-old is treated in hospital
15 February, 2017 — By Geoffrey Sawyer
DETECTIVES are appealing for witnesses and information after a man was stabbed in King’s Cross in the early hours.
Police were called out at 1.15am this morning (Wednesday) after reports of the knifing near the branch of McDonald’s at the junction of York Way and Pentonville Road.
A 27-year-old man was found with a stab wound to his groin. He collapsed at the fast-food restaurant after walking a short way with his injury. Blood could be seen on the pavement this morning. He is being treated in a hospital in east London for his injuries.
Officers said they were “keeping an open mind as to the motive” for the attack.