Two young men and a teeange girl were all victims of New Year’s Eve attacks thought to be linked to an illegal party in the centre of London.
The Met said they believe the incident to be related to reports of a large gathering of people at a property in Connaught Street that was dispersed by police.
None of the victims’ injuries were described as life threatening and police are trying to establish if the incidents are related.
One male was arrested on suspicion of common assault and taken into custody and one woman has been arrested on suspicion of GBH and taken to a police station.
In a statement from the Met Police, a spokesperson said: “Police were contacted by London Fire Brigade at 00.32 on Friday, 1 January to reports of a stabbing on Edgware Road.
“Two males were identified with stab injuries. Both men, aged 19 and 18, were taken to hospital. Their conditions are not life-threatening or life-changing.
“A 17-year-old girl was also located at the scene suffering with a head injury after being struck with a bottle. Her condition is not life-threatening or life-changing.”