A wailed MAN "why has this happened to me?" after being randomly worn on the streets of North London – one of four attacks in just 14 hours.
Cops submitted a desperate appeal to local people to remain vigilant after the series of attacks that saw the victims, all "lonely and vulnerable" at the time, were compressed.
The police believe that an attacker is behind behind the bloodshed – the latest in a series of brutal knives in the midst of Britain's continuous knife crime crisis.
The four stabs that opened on Saturday and Sunday on the streets of Edmonton, North London, are now treated as being associated with warnings warning the suspect "come from & t The back without warning ". T
Plumber Roger Blackman, 46, visited his mother on Mothering Day yesterday when she heard a cooling scree on Brettenham Road around 9.40am yesterday – within a quarter mile of the three earlier attacks.
He told the Sun Online: "I was getting equipment from the back of my van and I heard screaming on a piece of grass on my right to my mother's house. That was where she was stabbed. I saw someone crying down." and then run away back to the estate on Folkestone Road.
"As I walked to the area I heard another scream and then the victim came out to hold his back.
"He said‘ why has this happened to me? Oh my god, help me. "
He said he had initially thought the victim had been struck as he cut across the road, screaming.
Mr Blackman said: "I saw blood pouring his back on the ground."
He said ‘why has this happened to me? Oh my god, help me '.
He said he immediately rushed to help, gripping towels from his van while the police flooded to the scene.
He said: "I came back with the towels and put a compression on his wound. You could see a big 3-inch mash in his back. He had a gray black jacket on him and he was completely soaked.
"The man who stabbed him was a man with dark skin and short hair. He ran back to the estate and the victim came the other way. He fell on the road. It was silent until the screaming. T
"I don't think he first realized he was stabbed as he walked across the road and pulled his phone out. Only when he came across the way did the blood begin to pour.
"Then he went to shock. It was about 30."
The individual knife is described as a thin, thin, black man who was wearing a hood and dark clothes.
STRING of ATACS
He first struck at 7pm on Saturday night when a 45-year-old girl stabbed at the back. She is currently fighting for her life.
The second victim, a 52-year-old man, was attacked after midnight and is in a state that is not life threatening in hospital.
Just before 4am on Sunday, a 23-year-old man was dressed in Edmonton and found three miles away at Seven Sisters Tube station.
It is no longer in a life-threatening state.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the brutal assaults – where victims were stabbed in the back.
But the police have warned that the knife can still be big as wild manhunt continues today.
All the victims were on their own when they were pushed from behind without warning.
Yesterday, the companies announced a cooling warning to the public, confirming "This remains a live investigation and the police are following all lines of inquiry. Members of the public are advised to remain vigilant. "
One resident, Cengiz Topal, said he had been woken by the fourth victim's rush – rushing out to help.
He said: "I was asleep and I heard someone shouting, help, and I saw him on the floor."
"He must have walked through the middle of the estate to the main road where he has fallen. T
"I went out and I could say that it was stabbed.
I saw the woman lying down. She said she only went out for a walk on her own.
Witness Dervish Husseyin
"I was trying to help but there were other people there and the police arrived almost immediately.
"He was a young man – a poor young man. He's so terrible.
"I stood there watching the police broke his clothes while he was lying there still on his closed eyes. I don't even know whether he is alive t . "
Scotland Yard is desperately trying to find the “one suspected man” who is described as 6 feet 3 inches tall.
The police have said there will be additional resources in the area to keep the public safe until they have caught the stabber.
Dervish Husseyin was at her friend's home on Aberdeen Road when the first stabbing occurred.
The 60-year-old man said: "I saw the woman lying down."
Mr Husseyin said the woman had "blood on her back" but did not seem to realize that she had been stabbed.
He added: "She only went out for a walk on her own."
She said that the woman who was stabbed lived locally and her first language was not English.
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A restaurant worker said of her longing for waking up to the "bloody" wake left behind by the stabbing stab.
The Turkish woman, who lived on the Edmonton estate where the last of the four victims was stabbed, faced a crime scene when she stepped out on her balcony this morning.
He said: "My balcony looks down on the spot where the man was lying on the ground.
"I heard screaming outside and standing on the balcony – people were running around.
"There were so many sirens and forces everywhere. Then I saw a body on the floor surrounded by the police."
A newsagent, whose corner shop faces the council's estate, said: "I was working and I heard shouting coming from outside.
"I thought people were silly but saw people running through the estate 's shouting.
"I didn't know what to think and then I saw the man who had been stabbed falling into the floor."
The attacks that cause concern come after a man was compressed into a leafy Clapham Friday – then the third violent death in the capital in just three days.
Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Smillie, of the North Wales Area Command, said: “We are doing everything we can to catch the suspect behind these cowardly and senseless attacks.
“The four events involving stabbing are treated as potentially related.
"The four victims are from different backgrounds and they seem to have chosen them randomly because they are alone and vulnerable. T
"There is nothing to suggest that this incident is associated with intimidation.
“We are working on the theory that the male suspect acts alone and mental health problems can be a factor.
"All the people he has targeted have been walking on their own and the suspect has gone out behind them without warning. T
"The motive of stabbing seems to only cause harm.
"Early accounts suggest that none of the victims were stolen or engaged in a conversation before they were attacked."
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7.02pm GMT Saturday: A 45-year-old woman was stabbed in the back at Aberdeen Road, Edmonton, after the man had attacked her and is still in critical condition in a hospital in East London.
12.15am Sunday: A man was stabbed in Park Avenue – a 10 minute walk away from the first event – and currently in a state that is not life threatening t
3.55am Sunday BST: A 23-year-old man was stabbed at Silver Street and found three miles away outside Seven Sisters Tube station. He is in a serious condition in hospital
Sunday: A man was stabbed at the back at Brettenham Road and has suffered life-threatening injuries
A / DCI Smillie added: “My advice to the public in the area where these events took place stays vigilant, beware of your surroundings and call 999 if you see anyone who is. match the suspect's description of suspicious behavior.
“His description has been distributed to all officers in the North Area who carry out patrols, CCTV investigations and policing busy areas around the events, particularly where he was last seen when the police arrived four minutes on. after the call to the police was made.
"A picture of the suspect will be distributed as soon as one is restored."
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of GBH.
The first was arrested at 10.53am yesterday morning and a second man was arrested in his 40s last night.
Police investigations continue to establish whether these men are responsible for the stabs and both are still in custody.
Cops encourages the public to remain vigilant in case the knife is still loose.
BENEFITS HIGH 40 YEARS
KNIFE's crime is at the “highest and most worrying level” in forty years, the chief of Police's Met said.
But Cressida Dick insisted that the figures dropped – with knife related injuries down 15 per cent since last year.
He told MPs on the House of Commons Home Affairs Committee that he was “cautiously optimistic” that serious knife crime was stabilizing in London and other UK cities.
But the Commissioner said that the last few years had been “very worrying” with more younger people taking part and more knives on our streets.
He added: “The last few years have undoubtedly been the highest and most worrying levels in my service. If you look at stabbing young people, I think this is a new and tragic phenomenon that is worrying. This is my top priority. ”
There were 44 violent deaths in London by March 26 in 2018 compared to 31 homicides this year.
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A series of attacks last week saw six people – including four teenagers – stabbing on Tuesday only.
There were 44 violent deaths in London by March 26 in 2018 – compared to 29 homicides this year.
Commissioner Cressida Dick told the Home Affairs Committee at the House of Commons that the rate of assaults over recent years has been a “major concern” – with younger people increasingly involved and more knives on our streets.
He added: “The last few years have undoubtedly been the highest and most worrying levels in my service.
"If you look at stabbing young people, I think this is a new and tragic phenomenon. T
"My main priority is."