Police at scene after man 'goes on rampage with knife' in Hackney screaming 'I'll ki
This is the dramatic moment a knifeman was arrested by police yesterday evening following a stabbing on the London Overground.
One person was knifed in the attack at Hackney Central station in East London, his condition is not thought to be life-threatening.
Pictures from frightened commuters show hundreds of passengers evacuating the station with service suspended between Highbury & Islington and Stratford following the incident.
It came at the same time as three people were injured in a stabbing in Birmingham - the latest example of violent crime plaguing Britain's streets.
Witness Leon Bruff, 29, who was in the same carriage as the attack, said passengers 'trampled over each other' to escape the 'maniac'.
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Mr Bruff told The Sun how the knifeman yelled: 'Don't mess with me, I'll kill you' while storming the train which was full of commuters and TfL staff.
The father-of-three added that the knifeman's blade was at least '12 inches long'.
The moment cops arrested suspect after a knifeman yelling 'I'll kill you all' launched 'rampage' on London train, stabbed a man in the chest with 12in blade and sparked stampede of scared commuters
A knifeman went on a 'rampage' on overground train in East London yesterday One person was knifed in the attack at Hackney Central station after rush hour
British Transport Police confirmed they have arrested one man after the incident A man has been taken to hospital with injuries not thought to be life threatening
Dad-of-three Leon Bruff, 29, saw the incident unfold on the London Overground Tube last night
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