Three men were stabbed to death in the last flood in three hours last night to shake the country.
A 19-year-old was stabbed in North London at around 9:30 p.m. shortly before an 18-year-old was attacked in a pub toilet in Liverpool, and a 16-year-old was stabbed in a street near Bolton, Greater Manchester.
The teenage boy attacked in London fights for his life in hospital, while the other two are said to be in a stable condition.
The police pictured yesterday at the intersection of Nightingale Road and Bounds Green Road, where a 19-year-old boy was stabbed
The 19-year-old was stabbed to death at the crossroads between Bounds Green Road and Nightingale Road
Dramatic footage from the scene shows a police cordon and two police vehicles.
He was attacked at the crossroads between Bounds Green Road and Nightingale Road in Haringey.
A roadblock remains this morning while officials continue to search for clues. No arrests were made.
A MET police spokesman said, "Officials and the London Ambulance Service were present and found a man who is believed to be 19 and who was stabbed.
He was treated on site before being taken to a central London hospital, where his condition remains life-threatening.
& # 39; No arrests were made. The investigation continues and a crime scene remains. & # 39;
The police are appealing to anyone with information to report.
The 19-year-old is in a life-threatening condition in a hospital in central London. The police closed yesterday's scene in north London where the stab wound occurred
Bounds Green Road, pictured this morning, where there is still a crime scene
A moment later, an 18-year-old was attacked in the Liverpool bar where he suffered buttocks and abdominal injuries.
Witnesses said he had stumbled out of the Sefton Arms on Mill Lane and was lying on the floor in a pool of blood, while Witnesses desperately tried to give him first aid.
Officials were called on site at 9:37 p.m. and the victim was taken to the hospital, where he is in critical condition but refuses to cooperate in the investigation.
There were no arrests at the time.
The Merseyside police pictured yesterday in front of the Sefton Arms in Liverpool, where an 18-year-old was stabbed in the toilet
A witness said: “The boy was lying on the floor at the taxi rank and there were people around him.
"They held something against his chest to stop the blood. He must have been stabbed there."
Detective Inspector Sue Hinds of the Merseyside police said, "We believe this attack did indeed take place in the toilets of the Sefton Public House.
“The victim refuses to cooperate with the police, but that does not prevent us from carrying out a thorough investigation into the attack, which is strongly reminiscent of the serious damage that knives can cause to our communities.
“We need to make sure that the people who wear and use knives get the message that their actions are not and cannot be tolerated.
"I would address anyone who was in the pub at the time, who witnessed anything, or who had information to contact us.
"If you have any information about this attack at all or are driving around in a nearby car at around 9:00 p.m. and have dashcam footage, your account or evidence can be vital to our investigation, so get in touch and we'll do the rest take care of."
The 18-year-old is in the hospital after officials visited the scene yesterday at 9:37 p.m., as pictured yesterday, but does not work with investigations
The Sefton Arms on Mill Lane in West Derby Village in Liverpool, where the lancing took place
A little over two hours later, a 16-year-old was stabbed to death in a street near Bolton, Greater Manchester.
The police were called to Harrowby Street in Farnworth at 11:50 p.m. and he was taken to the hospital, where he is in a stable condition.
A 54-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assault and is interviewed by detectives today.
Detective Sergeant Craig Wallace of the Greater Manchester police appealed to witnesses: “This is a nasty attack that left a teenage boy in the hospital. We are doing everything we can to summarize the circumstances of the incident and provide him and his family with the answers they deserve.
"I appreciate that this can cause concern in the local community, and I would like to emphasize that while we believe this is an isolated incident, there will be a greater police presence in the region for everyone in the coming days, have the questions.
"We are also aware that people may have recorded video on their cell phones at the time of the incident. We ask that these people share them and support our requests."
A 16-year-old boy was stabbed to death on Harrowby Street in Farnworth near Bolton last night. He remains in a stable condition in the hospital
The night of the bloodshed follows a knife attack on Wednesday after an 18-year-old was stabbed in north London.
Metropolitan area police officers were called to Arcola Street in Hackney on Wednesday at 7:19 p.m.
The teenage victim was stabbed to the hospital.
Two men in their mid-20s were arrested and detained on suspicion of assault, Scotland Yard said.
Metropolitan area police officers were called on Arcola Street in Hackney on Wednesday evening at 7:19 p.m.
Dramatic pictures of the scene showed a strong police presence on site, with the road blocked off
Dramatic pictures of the scene showed a strong police presence with the road blocked off.
On Monday, four men were captured on video surveillance who fled a murder site after a man in his 20s died in a gun and knife attack.
London emergency services alerted the police that a man had been attacked in Manor Park just before 9:30 p.m.
According to Scotland Yard, officials took to the streets and found that the victim "allegedly suffers from knife and gunshot wounds".
There have been 24 knife-related deaths in the capital since the beginning of the year.
Forensics is pictured in the scene in Manor Park in east London, where a man, aged 20, was killed in a gun and knife attack on Monday
Police remain at the crime scene in Manor Park, east London, on Tuesday after a man died at the age of 20