A man is fighting for his life in hospital after he was found with stab wounds to his back and arm in Walthamstow.

Police were called around 6pm on Wednesday, February 22 after the victim, aged in his 30s, was found in Brandon Road.

He was taken to hospital where he remains in a life-threatening condition.

His family have been informed and are being supported by officers from the Met's Specialist Crime Command.

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Two other men, both aged 18, were also found with stab injuries nearby in Stocksfield Road.

Their conditions were assessed as not life-threatening and they were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder later that same day.

It is believed the victim was involved in an altercation with a group of men in Stocksfield Road, near to the car park in Brandon Road.

One of the men, Jason Adinkra, of Hythe Close, Edmonton, was charged with attempted murder yesterday (Saturday, February 25).

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The other 18-year-old remains in hospital and will be taken into custody after he is discharged, said the Met.

Adinkra will appear in court tomorrow (Monday, February 27) at a location yet to be confirmed.

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Rogers, who is leading the investigation, said: "This attack left a man seriously injured in hospital and we are doing all we can to track down those responsible.

"This charge is a significant step in our investigation, however our enquiries are ongoing and we are still appealing for witnesses.

"I ask anyone who has not yet spoken with us to come forward or to contact the charity Crimestoppers anonymously.

"The information you provide may be vital to bringing those responsible to justice."

Anyone with information that could assist the investigation is asked to call the Major Incident Room on 020 8345 3715.

Alternatively, call 101 quoting CAD 5668/22Feb. You can also provide information anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.