Police and Paramedics have been called to an incident in the early hours of Monday morning in East London.
A number of people are understood to have been attacked and stabbed just after 1am on Alfred Street in East London.
Multiple Police vehicles and Paramedics and the fire service were called to the scene that has now been placed under lockdown. An investigation has been launched after its’ understood three men has been fighting and a knife was than used.
A spokesman for the Met Police said:
Police were called to Alfred Street, E3 at 1.22am on Monday, 9 March following a report of a stabbing.
Officers, London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade attended the scene and treated three people in their 20s with stab injuries.
All were taken to hospital where they are in non-life threatening/changing conditions.
No arrests; enquiries continue.
Road closures are in place.
A section 60 has been authorised until 10:00hrs on Monday, 9 March for the borough of Tower Hamlets.
This incident is not being treated as terrorism.