London’s Air Ambulance was dispatched after a fatal shooting in Tottenham late last night.

An ambulance service spokesperson confirmed that medics were called to the shooting in White Hart Lane at the junction with Pretoria Road shortly before 11.30pm last night (July 30).

An ambulance crew, an advanced paramedic, an incident response officer, a clinical team manager and members of London Ambulance Service’s (LAS) tactical response unit rushed to the scene.

A doctor and a paramedic from London’s Air Ambulance were also dispatched in a car.

The LAS spokesperson said: “Sadly, despite the best efforts of our crews, a person was pronounced dead at the scene.”

Police said that the shooting killed a man aged in his 30s and that officers are working to inform his next of kin.

A crime scene has been put in place and no arrests have been made at this early stage of the investigation.

Enfield Independent: Police officer next to police car in White Hart LanePolice officer next to police car in White Hart Lane (Image: PA)

Detective Chief Superintendent Caroline Haines, lead for policing in Haringey, said: "This is a terrible and shocking incident that will understandably cause considerable concern in the community.

"We share that concern and will do everything we possibly can to support our colleagues as they investigate.

"Local people can expect to see police in the area over the coming days. My officers are there to hear your concerns and also to listen to any information that you might have that can help us apprehend those responsible for this awful crime.

“I urge you to speak to them, or to contact Crimestoppers, as quickly as possible."

Anyone who has information that could help police should call 101, quoting reference CAD 7377/30 Jul.

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