One day in London. A powerful observation of one day in the life of the thin blue line. One day where only one of the attacks made the national press. Not surprisingly, it was the one that would attract the most media interest.
Yesterday in London, at about 11.25am, armed criminals attempted to rob a jewellery store in Piccadilly.
Members of the Flying Squad, carrying out an intelligence-led operation, moved in immediately to arrest them. All four suspects were detained, but not without a desperate struggle. Four officers were injured, one of them severely. He remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition. Two axes, a machete and a knife were recovered at the scene.
Yesterday in London, just after 6pm, a man was attacked on the Winstanley Estate.
Police officers attended the location and found a man in his thirties who had been stabbed. Despite their best efforts, he died at the scene. Two other men who had also been stabbed were found nearby and rushed to hospital. One witness, quoted in the Evening Standard newspaper, stated that there was “blood everywhere”.
Yesterday in London, just after 8pm, a van collided with a…
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