A huge police response has descended on a Wandsworth Sainsbury’s after two men were stabbed in a brutal fight.

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson has told Daily Star Online that officers on patrol came across a number of males fighting in Garratt Lane, SW18 host before 5pm today, Thursday, October 29.

They found three men who had been involved in the fight suffering from injuries - one of them is considered to be in a serious condition.

“Two males [Victim 1 and 2] were found near the Garratt Lane Burial Ground suffering from knife injuries,” said the Met spokesman. “Another male [Victim 3] was found at the scene with a head injury.”

Roads have been closed in the area as police search the crime scene

The London Ambulance Service has attended the scene.

One of the men who has been stabbed is listed as having “life-threatening” injuries. Victim 2 and 3's injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Two males have been arrested on the scene in connection with the incident on suspicion of GBH and affray.

Full enquiries into the circumstances continue.

Road closures and an extensive crime scene are in place.

A Section 60 Order has been authorised for the whole of Wandsworth from 17:58hrs. Section 60 orders are related to stop and search. It’s different to other stop and search powers in that it requires the authority of a senior officer, and officers carrying out searches using this power are not required to have reasonable grounds to suspect that the person or vehicle is carrying weapons or other dangerous objects.

Anyone who has information, video or images that could assist police is asked to call 101, quoting reference CAD 5042/29 Oct.

The Met stress that while they know that calling to give information on knife crime is difficult, but your call could help save lives. When you get in touch with Crimestoppers, you have the power to speak up and stop crime, 100% anonymously. Find out more about at the Crimestoppers site.

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