Teenage boys injured after double stabbing during large fight near where other ...

Brutal moment schoolboys rain punches on one another in a mass brawl that left one teenager fighting for his life in hospital after being stabbed Two boys aged 14 and 16 injured in the brawl yesterday in Ilford, East London Group of girls ran off and other boys stood to watch as passers-by intervened  A man, age unknown, arrested by police on suspicion of grievous bodily harm   Came two days after Alwi Jamal, 20, was murdered nearby on Tuesday at 9pm

By Mark Duell and Chris Dyer For Mailonline

Published: 19:53 GMT, 28 February 2019 | Updated: 08:46 GMT, 1 March 2019

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This is the shocking moment that more than a dozen schoolboys fought in a mass brawl on the street that saw two youths rushed to hospital with stab injuries.

Two boys aged 14 and 16 were injured in the brawl that saw fierce punches thrown after the end of the school day before shocked passers-by intervened.

The fight in Ilford, East London, yesterday was filmed from a passing bus and saw a group of girls run off while other boys stood and watched the brawl.

Two boys aged 14 and 16 were injured in the brawl that saw fierce punches thrown yesterday

Two boys aged 14 and 16 were injured in the brawl that saw fierce punches thrown yesterday

The fight caught on camera took place after the end of the school day in Ilford, East London

The fight caught on camera took place after the end of the school day in Ilford, East London

It comes just two days after Alwi Jamal, 20, was murdered nearby by being knifed in the chest and slashed in the face outside a betting shop on Tuesday at 9pm.

The violence is another example of a gun and knife crime epidemic gripping London, which has already seen 16 people murdered in the capital this year.

A video of yesterday's fight was reposted on Twitter last night by Keith Prince, the Conservative London Assembly Member for Havering and Redbridge.

He wrote: 'This is what Ilford

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