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Sunday, 31 December 2017

Two teens injured after shotgun attack in a London chicken shop.

                Two teens injured after shotgun attack in a London chicken shop
The victims were shot from close range while eating in the busy PFC chicken shop in Plaistow, east London, on Friday night.

One of the injured teens, both 16, fled out the back of the takeaway before collapsing in a nearby garden. He managed to hop over a fence – despite being shot in the back, according to shocked eye witnesses. The gunshots were so loud that shocked neighbours thought it was a car crash. Witnesses said there was ‘blood everywhere’ inside the takeaway which is at the end of a quiet residential street in the shadow of Canary Wharf.

Two teens injured after shotgun attack in a London chicken shop
























Mother-of-one Amy Ford, 23, who lives a few doors from the chicken shop, said: ‘The two boys who got shot were just sitting in there eating when another boy opened the door holding a shotgun, and he let off shots inside. ‘He was aiming towards one of the boy’s stomach. The other one got shot in the leg.

‘The boy with the back injury ran out of the back of the shop and hopped over the fence, and collapsed in the garden.’ She added: ‘About three shots went off.This area, it could be anything – drugs, gang postcode wars. It literally could be anything, or it could be nothing. Police say one of the injured boys sustained a gunshot injury to his back while the other suffered a leg wound.
 Two teens injured after shotgun attack in a London chicken shop 
They were taken by paramedics to an east London hospital, but there injuries are not believed to be life threatening and both remain in a ‘stable’ condition. The gunman fled the scene.

The incident is being investigated by the Met’s Trident unit, which focuses on gang crime, and detectives are appealing for witnesses. A Met Police spokesman said:

‘Trident detectives are appealing for witnesses after a gunman opened fire on a fast food restaurant in Plaistow, seriously injuring two boys. 

‘Police were called to Terrace Road, Plaistow, at 8.38pm on Friday to reports of a shooting. Police, London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance attended. 

‘Officers from the Met’s Trident and Area Crime Command are investigating. There have been no arrests. Inquiries continue.’
 The blood splattered scene inside the PFC chicken shop in Plaistow, east London where two teenage boys were shot in a suspected gang related incident. See National News story NNCHICKEN; Two teenage boys were shot from close range by a thug armed with a shotgun as they ate inside a crowded London chicken shop. One of the injured lads fled out the back of the takeaway before collapsing in a nearby garden. The victim managed to hop over a fence - despite being shot in the back, according to shocked eye witnesses. He was one of two 16-year-old boys targeted inside the busy PFC chicken shop in Plaistow, east London, on Friday night.


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