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A nursery worker has been slashed during an attack by three women who shouted “Allah”, her colleague has said. The woman was set upon as she travelled to work at a nursery in Wanstead, north east London. The colleague, who did not want to be named, said the victim had “three Asian girls behind her chanting the Koran, ‘Allah'”. She added: “They pulled her to the ground, punched her, kicked her. One of them pulled out a knife and cut her arm from her wrist to her elbow. “The police turned up, the ambulance cleaned her wounds up.”
originally posted by: Mikehawk
a reply to: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
If this happened there will be CCTV footage, for some reason IDK why but this story seems made up. If this is true the video footage will prove me wrong and I hope the teacher is alright if this actually happened.
No way in hell am I doubting that these things happen, it's just that the victim's description seems fishy and the wound on the arm is even more suspicious. Sounds like a self cutter.
originally posted by: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
What's going on? Wanstead, I'd say is more East than North East but that's what it says in the article... nonetheless if this happened asis described, it's getting nasty.
The victim, who is in her 30s, was attacked in Hermon Hill, Wanstead, on her way to work at about 09:30 BST.
Nursery manager Karrien Stevens said the woman told her she was slashed by three Asian women dressed in black.
Counter-terrorism police have been informed but are not treating it as a terrorist incident.
Ms Stevens, who runs Little Diamonds nursery in Hermon Hill, said the woman was slashed while on her way to work from Wanstead High Street.
The attackers slashed her arm from the wrist upwards before running off down the street, she said.
The victim's injuries are not life threatening but she was taken to an east London hospital as a precaution, the Metropolitan Police said.
In a statement, the force added: "The suspects fled the scene prior to police arrival in an unknown direction.
"No arrests have been made. Enquiries continue.
"The Met's Counter Terrorism Command has been made aware of the incident but is not investigating at this time."