Nigerian stabbed, Killed in London during rush hour



UK Junaid

By Chris Pleasance

  • Femi Junaid, 22, was stabbed in Stockwell yesterday evening
  • Police believe he may have been involved in an argument on a bus
  • Officers say he was stabbed, climbed into his car, and tried to drive away
  • However he crashed into a bus and was taken to hospital where he died

A Nigerian has died after he was stabbed before climbing into his car and crashing into a London bus during rush hour yesterday.

The victim has today been named as 22-year-old Femi Junaid, from Peckham, South London.

Police said Mr Junaid died in hospital last night following the crash near Stockwell underground station shortly before 5.45pm.

Femi Junaid, 22, died in hospital last night after being stabbed near to Stockwell Tube station, South London

The Met’s homicide and major crime command has launched a murder investigation and says Mr Junaid’s death could be linked to an argument on a bus nearby.

A spokesman said: ‘Detectives believe Femi was stabbed in Clapham Road, some 50 yards from the scene of the collision, before getting into his car and colliding with the bus.

‘We are not aware of any other people injured and we do not believe anyone else was in the car with Femi at the time of the collision.’

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A post-mortem examination has yet to be held.

Police think Mr Junaid was stabbed on Clapham Road (pictured) before getting into his car and trying to flee. He then crashed into the back of a bus where he was found by officers

Police were called to Stockwell underground station in south London shortly before 5.45pm last night following a series of calls about a fight and a bus crash.

Officers found the man inside his car suffering from stab wounds. He was taken to hospital by ambulance in a critical condition but later died.

Rush hour commuters faced delays of around an hour near Clapham Road, where the attack happened