The Met has launched an investigation after a triple stabbing near Peckham Rye on Monday afternoon.
The Met and paramedics were called to a reported stabbing in Nunhead Lane at around 4.20pm (Monday, October 21).
A police spokesperson said: “Officers and London Ambulance Service attended the scene and found a male suffering from stab injuries at a nearby residential address.
“Two other males were found near the scene, also suffering from stab injuries.
“All three males have been taken to a south London hospital where their injuries are being assessed.”
Their ages are currently unknown.
A Section 60 has been authorised across the entire borough.
Section 60 search powers have been authorised by Insp Varotsis and they cover the whole Borough of Southwark. These are authorised between 17:00 hours on the 21st Oct and 02:00 hours on the 22nd Oct.
This is in response to an incident that occurred in Nunhead Lane ^280AS #OpsRoom
— Southwark Police | Central South BCU (@MPSSouthwark) October 21, 2019
A cordon was in place and motorists were advised to avoid the area, near to Peckham Rye, as road closures are in place.
No arrests have been made so far.
To give information call 101 or to do so anonymously, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.