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Trauma Surgeon warns that the rise in knife crime is a UK—wide epidemic [Video]

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BRITAIN is in the grip of a knife crime ­epidemic, a top surgeon warned yesterday.

Adam Brooks said London’s rise in stabbings has spread to other cities.

Surgeon Adam Brooks says that knife crime is spreading from London to the rest of the UK

The major trauma ­surgeon said his teams at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust are dealing with three serious knife incidents a day.

Doctors at his trauma centre expect to treat 170 to 180 stab victims …

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