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‘Stuntman’ knifed to death filming music video featuring supercars in Brixton

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A younger ‘stuntman’ was knifed to death whereas filming a rap music video featuring supercars close to Brixton Underground station in south London, in accordance to a witness.

Onlookers watched on in horror because the sufferer – named by associates as Shane Jerome – was handled by ambulance employees following the brutal assault on Wednesday night, reviews MyLondon.

He is the stated to have been seen clutching his chest and climbed into the emergency car himself earlier than re-emerging and collapsing to the bottom.

As the video was being shot on the excessive road, involving a purple Ferrari, a lime inexperienced Lamborghini and quad bikes, a struggle instantly erupted between two teams, a witness stated.

The sufferer, named domestically as Shane Jerome, who was stabbed to death in Brixton final evening
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The Met Police has confirmed a person has been arrested on suspicion of inflicting grievous bodily hurt.

The pressure was known as at 8.18pm, with officers having helped in the determined bid to save the affected person.

Paramedics from the London Ambulance Service have been on the scene, however the man was sadly pronounced lifeless at round 8.45pm.

One man informed the BBC there was a “convoy of automobiles and quad bikes instantly activate each other”.

“The man who was stabbed was mendacity in the center of the highway, with an ambulance on scene immediately, the place the person was receiving CPR immediately however appeared lifeless,” he continued.

“I assumed they have been play-acting or one thing, however then I noticed the blood trickling down the highway.”

“It’s virtually as if there was a delay after which he instantly realised he’d been stabbed,” he added.

Forensic officers at the scene in Brixton on Wednesday evening

Forensic officers on the scene on Wednesday night
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Tributes have since flooded in throughout social media, with the sufferer understood to have been from Croydon and in his early 20s.

An image has been circulating on-line exhibiting Shane – who additionally labored as a scaffolder – on a blue bike, the identical one believed to have been left deserted on the scene of the incident.

Seleka Gathercole – thought to have been his girlfriend – described in a Facebook publish this morning how “my heart’s completely torn in two”.

She included pictures of the pair collectively, together with some the place he’s exhibiting off a tattoo of her title.

“Rest in perfect peace to one of the best guys I knew,” one other good friend stated in a social media publish. “Was always there just a phone call away, forever and always in my heart.”

The area people has been left reeling from final evening’s violence, with one girl posting an emotional plea on-line.

In the brief clip Lorraine Jones described the harrowing actuality of the state of affairs that had left “someone’s son dead”.

Forensic officers at the scene in Brixton on Wednesday evening

The sufferer was pronounced lifeless on the scene
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She stated: “I’m going to show you the tent maybe that can prick your hearts.

“Trauma, ache, trauma and ache, a life been killed by a knife on the streets of Brixton.

“This is what we’re living in. He’s dead, he’s dead, he’s dead!

“I’m as clear as I might be, see the crime scene, in that tent there’s someone’s son in there.

“Who can you see? You can see the police. We’re fighting the police when we should be taking care of our business.”

A spokesperson from the pressure stated: “His next of kin has been informed and are being supported by officers. Formal identification has not taken place.

“A autopsy examination will likely be held in due course. A person was arrested close by on suspicion of inflicting grievous bodily hurt.

“A crime scene remains in place and enquiries continue. Detectives from the Specialist Crime Command have been informed.”

Anyone with info is requested to name police through 101 quoting reference Cad 7056/21Jul. To stay nameless contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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