A man has been rushed to hospital after a stabbing outside Anerley Station last night.

The victim was attacked and stabbed in Ridsdale Road at around 4pm on Monday, December 7, before entering the station.

The Bromley train station was closed at around 4pm at the request of police, with disruption continuing throughout the evening.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said the man’s injuries have been deemed non-life threatening. There have been no arrests so far.

A spokesperson for the London Ambulance Service said: "We were called at 4pm this afternoon to reports of a stabbing at Anerley Station in Bromley.

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"We sent an advanced paramedic, an ambulance crew, two medics in cars and an incident response officer.

"We treated a man at the scene and took him to a major trauma centre."

A crime scene remains in place at the scene.

Southern Railway reported that emergency services were dealing with an incident at Anerley, meaning no trains would be able to stop at the station for some time.

A spokesperson for National Rail said: “Anerley station is closed whilst the police deal with an incident. No trains can stop at the station.”

British Transport Police have been assisting at the scene but the investigation is being led by the Met Police.