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Teenager dies after street fight
Eugene Attram
Eugene Attram died in hospital from stab injuries
A teenage boy has died and three others are in hospital with stab wounds after a fight between two groups of youths.

Eugene Attram, 16, of Thornton Heath, was taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting after being stabbed but later died from his injuries.

Police were called to Lavender Avenue, in Mitcham, south London, on Saturday evening.

One man and five male youths were arrested and questioned and later released on police bail.

The three other boys, two aged 14 and the third aged 17, were stabbed but their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.


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