City police have cordoned off Bishopsgate following a stabbing in the early hours of the morning.
The force is investigating after a reported his injury at just after 4am, with pavement around Bishopsgate closed off.
In a statement to City AM, T/Chief Inspector Tom Fisher, from the City of London Police, said: “Officers are investigating after a man self-presented with a stab wound at 4:15am on Wednesday 24 August 2022. He was taken to Royal London Hospital.
“Cordons are currently in place on Bishopsgate while enquiries are ongoing.”
The force said the cordon is “affecting the exit from Liverpool Street station and the cordons are likely to remain in place into the morning rush hour.
“Commuters using Liverpool Street Station will need to leave the station via other exits while the cordons remain in place.”
In a further update, commander Umer Khan, from the City of London Police, said the individual with stab wounds is “no longer in a life threatening condition.”