Suspect arrested after stabbing headquarters of Sony, London

London – police in London two suspects arrested after a stabbing in the British headquarters of Sony Music. There were two employees of the catering involved in a violent incident, the company affirms.

The incident was around 11: 00 (local time) place in Derry Street in Kensington. The police and the emergency services were flocking from. The building was immediately as a precaution evacuated. Journalist Simon Neville wrote on Twitter that he saw a man with a red jacket against the floor was being worked on a cut – and loading point on Derry Street.

Witnesses told British media that two men with each other fought in the cafeteria. This would with a large knife are stabbed. “Bystanders were screaming, but no one wanted to come near because of that huge knife,” says a witness against Metro.

The police says that two people were injured. “They are both on the spot, arrested on suspicion of serious abuse”, reports the London corps in a statement. “They have been transferred to the hospital. Their injuries are not life-threatening.”

The building of Sony is the opposite of Northcliffe House, where the Daily Mail, Independent, Metro, and other media are housed.

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