THE injuries of a teenager stabbed in a fight in Thornton Heath are no longer life-threatening, say police. The 18-year-old was rushed to hospital today (Saturday) after police arrived on the scene of a "disturbance" involving a large group of men in London Road at 3.25am. They found the teenager had been stabbed multiple times in the back. His condition was initially described by police as critical, but a spokesman said his injuries are "now not believed to be life threatening". An 18-year-old man was arrested in Colliers Water Lane on suspicion of GBH and is still in custody at a London Police Station. A stretch of London Road between Colliers Water Lane and Goldwell Road was closed following the incident, but had reopened by 9.30am. Shops along the stretch of the road had to stay closed until police opened the road.
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