A woman has been taken by air ambulance to hospital with injuries that are thought to be life-threatening after a multiple stabbing in south-west London.

Police arrested a man in his 60s on suspicion of attempted murder on Friday morning after four women were found with knife wounds following the attack in the car park of a Sainsbury’s supermarket in Hampton.

Three of the victims were taken by ambulance to hospital, but the most critically injured was airlifted to a central London trauma centre.

The incident was not thought to be terror-related, the Met said.

A staff member from the nearby Hampton pub said it was a “completely unprovoked” attack.

Source: Four women stabbed in Sainsbury’s car park in south-west London | UK news | The Guardian

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