Two men attacked with acid in brawl near King’s Cross station

Two men attacked with acid in brawl near King’s Cross station

TWO men were today rushed to hospital after being splashed with acid in a horrific attack outside Kings Cross Station. Cops were called to the scen

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TWO men were today rushed to hospital after being splashed with acid in a horrific attack outside Kings Cross Station.
Cops were called to the scene at 1.33pm following reports of an “altercation” between two groups of men.
But all of the men had left when officers arrived but two of them were later found with facial injuries.
Police said their injuries were caused by a “corrosive substance” and the pair were rushed to hospital.
A Met Police spokesman said: “Police were called to reports of an altercation between two groups of males on Argyle Square, Bloomsbury.
“All parties had left the location before officers arrived at the scene.


“Two men were later found nearby with facial injuries reported to have been caused by a corrosive substance.
“They have been taken to a nearby hospital; we await an update on their condition.
“No arrests have been made. Enquiries continue.”

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