A man has been charged with attempted murder at Central Middlesex Hospital.

A man has been accused of trying to kill two men who were attacked with what looked like an axe at a hospital in north London.

The incident, which witnesses characterised as a “rampage,” left one of the victims with “life-changing” wounds. Police believe both victims were beaten with a mattock, a digging equipment resembling a pickaxe.

The charges against Matteo Bottarelli, 43, of Central Way, Harlesden, include three counts of attempted murder and two counts of making a weapon-related threat in a public setting. On Friday, he was supposed to appear in court at Willesden.

The incident, which witnesses characterised as a “rampage,” left one of the victims with “life-changing” wounds. Police believe both victims were beaten with a mattock, a digging equipment resembling a pickaxe.

When police came, they discovered two men, both presumed to be in their 40s, with apparent mattock-related stab wounds.

Two 40-year-old males were abused at the Park Royal hospital on Wednesday afternoon. At 13:8 BST, armed police came on the area and found the males who had allegedly been attacked with a mattock, a type of pick-axe.

Upon further investigation, Outside the hospital, a man who had allegedly self-inflicted injuries was taken into custody. When he left the hospital, he was arrested by the police. Both of the victims’ injuries are not life-threatening, but one of them could have long-term effects.

The suspect was first held on suspicion of two attempted murder counts, but subsequent police investigation led to the detention of the suspect on a third count as well. According to police, the third person did not suffer any wounds.

The suspect allegedly targeted a third person, but they were unharmed. Bottarelli received medical attention before being taken into jail by the police.

According to authorities, there is no evidence linking the incident to terrorism.

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