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Man brutally stabbed to death in a daylight knife fight died a week after the attack when four men were arrested on suspicion of murder.

The Metropolitan Police opened a homicide investigation following the death of Nathaniel Ago, 35, in hospital on Tuesday.

On Wednesday he was severely stabbed in a shocking street brawl in Greenwich, south-east London.

Images of the skyscrapers showed four people facing each other with knives, bottles and a hammer, as onlookers screamed in horror.

Police rushed to the scene after violence erupted near the Thames at around 4:30 p.m.

Mr. Ago was found injured and taken to hospital fighting for his life, but has since died.

Police arrested four men aged 17, 22, 25 and 43 on suspicion of murder. They are being held in police stations in south London.

Chief Inspector Kate Kieran, who is leading the investigation, said: “The victim in this case suffered injuries that would end her life in broad daylight outside a residential address.

“These arrests represent a significant step forward in the investigation, and I hope they will assure the community that the authorities are working hard to bring justice to the victim and his family.

“This is now a homicide investigation. I am always delighted to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or has dashcam footage of the knife itself being stabbed or related events.

“If you can help us, call us directly or remain anonymous, but call us anyway.”

Last Wednesday’s shocking scenes took place on a devastating bloodshed night in London as high temperatures led to increased violence.

At least four people were hospitalized with stab wounds in the capital within 24 hours, and a man fought for his life after being hacked in a brutal machete fight between four thugs.

Hours after the Greenwich incident, dozens of riot police arrived in Brixton after officers received objects, including bricks, thrown at them at the scene of a knife fight.

And soon after, within three miles of Norwood, police were called in for yet another stab that took an injured man with a knife to hospital.

Then at Shepherd’s Bush in West London a thug shot a man in the face and there were still officers there this morning.

The terrible day was the culmination of a wave of carnage in the capital which saw a famous 55-year-old florist stabbed to death in Islington, a man chased through Hyde Park in London with machetes and a man with a stabbed to death in Chelsea Harbor, further attacked by grizzly bears.

Senior Criminology Professor David Wilson told MailOnline the heat is likely to be the culprit, as violent crime cases increase as the weather warms and popular outdoor spaces fill up.

Temperatures peaked at 82.9 ° F (28.3 ° C) in Northolt after peaking at 26.1 ° C (79 ° F) in Cardiff and 77.2 ° F (25.1 ° C) on Tuesday) at Kinlochewe on Monday Highlands Bank Holiday reached previous highs in 2021..

Professor Wilson, whose book A Plot to Kill: A True Story of Deception, Betrayal and Murder in a Quiet English Town is due out this month, told MailOnline: “There is a strong connection between violent crime and warm weather.

“The difficulty of being definitive is why it should be. Most violence occurs in hot, polluted and overcrowded places.

The fights often take place in hot, crowded pubs, mostly between drunken night owls, he added.

“It’s hot and people are gathering and jostling each other. There are more situations where people could get angry and argue.”

He also noted that the hot weather can make it difficult to fall asleep, leaving people restless and in conflict.

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