Teenager Rushed To Hospital After ‘acid Attack’

Teenager rushed to hospital after ‘acid attack’

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An investigation has been launched after teenage boy has been rushed to hospital after “acid” was thrown at him in a fight in South Norwood.

Emergency services were called to South Norwood High Street, at its junction with Portland Road, at 4.30pm today (Monday, October 7) to reports of a fight.

The boy was found to have a “corrosive substance thrown at him”, the Met Police have revealed

“He has (The boy) been rushed to A&E by the London Ambulance Service to a South London hospital for treatment,” a spokesman for the force aded.

“His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

“There have been no arrests and enquiries continue.”

A police cordon remains on the High Street, near to The Jolly Sailor pub.

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