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Mornington Crescent Tube station reopens after early-morning stabbing

PUBLISHED: 11:06 18 April 2017 | UPDATED: 11:14 18 April 2017

The station this morning.        Picture: @alexsavinme

The station this morning. Picture: @alexsavinme

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Mornington Crescent Tube station has reopened after an early-morning stabbing forced it to close.

Police were called after reports that a man in his 20s was knifed at about 3.50am this morning.

Paramedics took him to a hospital in central London with injuries not thought to be life-threatening or life-changing.

The station, in Camden High Street, was closed during rush hour at the request of the police, but it was open again by 9.45am.

There have been no arrests and police are investigating.

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