A teenager was stabbed on Feltham High Street on Thursday (November 7).

Police said that a teenage male was rushed to hospital after he was stabbed at 4.28pm on Thursday afternoon.

"We're working at the scene of a stabbing at 4.28pm on Feltham High St.

"A teenage male has been taken to hospital with stab wounds to his leg. We await a condition update. No arrest made yet," a Met Police spokesperson said on Twitter.

London Ambulance Service (LAS) meanwhile corroborated the police information about the stabbing.

They also offered information about their treatment of the victim.

"We were called at 4:26pm today (7 November) to reports of a stabbing on the High Street in Feltham.

"We dispatched a medic in a response car and an ambulance crew to the scene.

"Crews treated a teenage boy at the scene and took him to a major trauma centre," a spokesperson for LAS told the RTT.

The Met Police said they were investigating the incident and urged anyone who had information about them to get in touch:

"Anyone with info pls call police on 101 quoting 5427/7NOV," police said.

In a later update posted around 7pm, the Met said that the teenager's wounds were "not life threatening or life changing".