A reveler who was shot at a blood-soaked park rave has been named by cops, while another reveler has been arrested.
Sam Brown, 28, was killed at the late-night rally in Walthamstow, east London, in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Police were called to the party of up to 100 people in Cheney Row Park shortly after midnight on Saturday.
Partygoers ran for cover as several shots were fired around 12:35 a.m., before cops secured the crime scene.
Shortly after, two men showed up at a nearby hospital.
Sam Brown, from Waltham Forest, had suffered serious gunshot wounds during the horror event.
He later succumbed to his injuries and died in hospital, the Metropolitan Police said.
His family has been informed and is being supported by specialist officers. An autopsy and formal identification will be arranged in due course.
The second of the walking casualties was a man in his thirties suffering from stab wounds.
He was later released from hospital before the force arrested him in connection with the incident.
The man remains in custody as cops launch a murder investigation and urgently call for witnesses to come forward.
The Met has warned residents that there will be disruption to vehicles and pedestrians over the next few days.
Horrified residents revealed they expected ‘trouble’ after groups of revelers descended on Cheney Row Park.
DCI Kelly Allen of the Specialist Crime Unit, leading the investigation, said: “My heart goes out to the family of Sam, who lost their lives in this reckless act of violence.
“I can assure them of my total dedication, and that of my team, so that they obtain justice.
“I believe there were 50-100 people gathered in and around Cheney Row Park at the time of filming with music playing.
“I urgently need to speak with everyone who was present at this event – even if you don’t think you saw anything significant, you should come forward and speak with officers.
“There will have been footage and footage captured at the event, and we need to see it. Please ensure that all of this material is saved – we will provide a link for it to be uploaded shortly.
“To anyone considering whether or not to report to the police, I ask that you put yourself this morning in the shoes of the victim’s grieving mother and father. They deserve answers.
“And anyone who has brought a gun to a gathering like this does not deserve your protection, nor does he deserve to be free to inflict further harm on others. Please do the right thing and get in touch today. today.”
Anyone with information or witnesses who have not yet spoken with police are asked to call 101, quoting reference 267/24jul.
It comes as cops launched a murder investigation after a man in his 50s was stabbed to death in an Ealing pub last night.