ANOTHER teenager has been knifed in Bush Hill Park today - the latest victim in a wave of stabbings on the streets of Enfield.
The park is still sealed off following the latest violent atrocity that happened just before 2pm.
The London Air Ambulance were called and the victim was airlifted to an east London hospital.
At this stage his condition is not known.
Staff at George Spicer primary school, which stands on Southbury Road, opposite the entrance to the park confirmed they had been told it was a stabbing.
A spokeswoman said: “We sent a text message out to all parents telling them to make alternative arrangements and not go through the park because it had been closed off because of a police incident.
“We don’t know any more than that, other than there’s been a stabbing.”
A police spokesman said:
“Police were called at 14:01hrs on Wednesday, 17 May to Southbury Road, Enfield to reports of a stabbing.
“Officers attended alongside the London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance.
“A boy, believed aged 17, was found with stab wounds.
“It is believed he was stabbed in adjacent Bush Hill Park. The park remains closed at this stage.”
There have been no arrests and enquiries continue.