A man has been killed and two others injured in a stabbing in south London.
Officers were called to Warham Street in Camberwell at around 7.20pm on Wednesday along with London's Air Ambulance Service where all three men were found.
One of the victims was declared dead at the scene, the Metropolitan Police said, while the two others were taken to hospital.
A spokeswoman for the Met said they were awaiting an update on their conditions, and officers were informing the deceased man's next-of-kin.
Two men were arrested close to the scene on suspicion of murder and remain in custody.
A police cordon is in place around the crime scene.
The attack happened on the same street where 17-year-old Rhyhiem Ainsworth Barton was found with a fatal gunshot wound in May this year.
At the time Rhyhiem's mother Pretana Morgan called for a halt in the wave of violence in the capital.
She said: "Let my son be the last and be an example to everyone. Just let it stop. What must be, must be.
"It's not about race, it's not about nation, it's not about culture. Nothing. It's just a human race.
"Just one human race. So children, please let my son be the last."