A PIERCING scream was heard on the night two sisters were stabbed to death in a park, a court has been told.
Nicole Smallman, 27, and Bibaa Henry, 46, were allegedly attacked by Danyal Hussein, 19.
Resident Elaine Williams told the Old Bailey she had been watching TV when she heard a noise at 1.45am
She said she heard a man shouting and then more than one female shouting “really loud”.
She told jurors it sounded like an argument, adding: “I heard a really piercing scream that will live with me forever. It was so intense.”
Asked if it sounded like they knew each other, Ms Williams replied: “No.”
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The sisters’ bodies were found in bushes in the park in Wembley, North West London.
Hussein, of Blackheath, South East London, denies murder.
The trial continues.