Two males are rushed to hospital with facial accidents after they have been ‘splashed with acid’ in assault outdoors London’s King’s Cross Station

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MailOnline Reporter

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Two males have been rushed to hospital after they have been splashed with obvious acid in an assault outdoors King’s Cross Station.

A Met Police spokesman stated: ‘Police have been referred to as to studies of an altercation between two teams of males on Argyle Sq., Bloomsbury.

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‘All events had left the situation earlier than officers arrived on the scene.

‘Two males have been later discovered close by with facial accidents reported to have been attributable to a corrosive substance.

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‘They’ve been taken to a close-by hospital; we await an replace on their situation.

‘No arrests have been made. Enquiries proceed.’

 

 

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