Two people have been arrested after a stabbing in Chelsea Harbour last night left a teenage boy in hospital.
Although his condition was initially thought to be life-threatening, it has now been deemed not life-threatening.
Police were called to Harbour Avenue at just before 7pm on Wednesday (May 5).
The 15-year-old victim suffered multiple stab wounds and is now in hospital.
The London Ambulance Service and London Air Ambulance also attended the incident.
Investigations were continuing at the scene late into the night on Wednesday, with forensics officers from the Met examining an area sealed off with police tape.
A Section 60 has been put in place in the Imperial Wharf area following the attack.
The order gives police extra powers to stop and search.
“The Section60 covers the SW10; SW6; SW5 and SW3 postcodes and will run until 07:00hrs on Thu, 6 May.”
The C3 bus is also on divert until Thursday morning and will not serve stops between Lots Road to Wandsworth Bridge, TfL said.