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An injured man with blood pouring from his face shouted for an ambulance after a double shooting in north London this evening.
The man had suffered an injured ‘near his eye’, a businessman near the scene in Edmonton, which is the borough of Enfield, told Mirror Online.
Three men were injured in an ‘incident’ on Gordon Road shortly before 6pm today – with Scotland Yard saying two of those suffered suspected gunshot wounds.
Shocked businessman called Abdul told Mirror Online: "We heard a bang noise and we saw a guy running toward the fruit shop next door.
"Blood was pouring out his eye, just near his eye, it only just missed.
"It was right in front of our business.
"I saw him saying ‘call an ambulance, call an ambulance’."
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It is thought the shooting took place near the junction of Gordon Road and Bounces Road.
The condition of the injured men is not known at this stage.
Metropolitan Police said no one has been arrested and that enquiries continue.
Police officers have cordoned off the scene.
A member of staff at a nearby business told Mirror Online at 9.30pm that roughly six emergency service vehicles were still at the scene but that the road was open.
More than 120 people have been killed in London through violence this year – the figure for 2017 was 118 (excluding the victims of terror attacks).
If the death rate continues, the total will stand at 140 by the end of the year, which would be the highest for 10 years.
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