Two men have been left with facial injuries after they’d a “corrosive substance” thrown at them throughout a road brawl.
Emergency companies rushed to Argyle Sq., near King’s Cross station, on Tuesday afternoon after the assault.
Police stated these concerned had all fled the scene, however the victims had been discovered injured close by.
Footage from the scene confirmed ambulances, a hearth engine and a police presence on close by Crestfield Avenue.
A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman stated: “Police had been referred to as at 13:33hrs on Tuesday, 12 February to reviews of an altercation between two teams of males on Argyle Sq., Bloomsbury.
“All events had left the placement earlier than officers arrived on the scene.
“Two men had been later discovered close by with facial injuries reported to have been attributable to a corrosive substance.
“They’ve been taken to a close-by hospital; we await an replace on their situation.
“No arrests have been made. Enquiries proceed.”
A employee from Kings Cross Inn Resort stated Crestfield Avenue was closed and there was a heavy police presence exterior.
He stated he believed there was a battle between two teams of teenage boys and “then someone had acid thrown on them”.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson stated: “We had been referred to as at 1:51pm as we speak (12 February) to reviews of an incident on Crestfield Avenue, Bloomsbury.
“We despatched an ambulance crew and our hazardous space response group (HART) to the scene.
“We treated two people and took them both to hospital as a priority.”