Two men and a dog stabbed in fight in Peckham south London after funeral wake

Two men and a dog are stabbed after ‘balaclava-clad gang storm funeral wake at Peckham youth centre and launch horrific knife attack’

Fight believed to have broken out at a wake near a pub in Peckham, London Officers were scrambled to the brawl to find two men with stab wounds A dog was also caught up in the violence and taken to an animal hospital  

Two men and a dog were stabbed after a fight broke out at a wake in south London. 

Officers were scrambled to Commercial Way, Peckham, just after 11pm on Tuesday where they found two men suffering knife wounds. 

A dog, believed to be a bullmastiff, was also stabbed and rushed to an animal hospital nearby.

The two victims were men in their 20s. One had a non-life-threatening injury and refused further medical treatment, while the other was taken to hospital.

Crime scene: Forensic officers are pictured scouring Commercial Way, Peckham, south London, after a double stabbing there last night 

A dog, believed to be a bullmastiff, was also stabbed and rushed to an animal hospital nearby

A dog, believed to be a bullmastiff, was also stabbed and rushed to an animal hospital nearby

The fight broke out near The Bradfield Club, which is situated near the Damilola Taylor Centre, a community centre named after the 10-year-old boy stabbed in the area in November 2000.  



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