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A man who was stabbed and staggered into a London hotel lobby bleeding before he died was knifed in a fight outside a nearby pub, it was claimed today.
Police have arrested 11 people on suspicion of murder after the victim stumbled into the Wesley Hotel near Euston Station and died last night.
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Hotel staff called the emergency services at 10.45pm but he was pronounced dead at the scene in Camden, north London at 11.31pm.
The chef at a pub in a neighbouring street today said a 'commotion involving up to 15 teenagers' happened outside late last night.
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Guests were evacuated from the hotel yesterday evening and were unaware of what had happened until they returned this morning.
Today forensic investigators in protective clothing removed the man's body and items from the scene, with a cordon expected to remain most of today.
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Fred Bertamanshi, chef at the Exmouth Arms pub at the bottom of a nearby residential street, close to a Catholic school, confirmed a crime happened outside the pub late last night.
The boy was stabbed during a commotion which involved up to 15 teenagers, according to one local.
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The chairman of The Wesley Hotel - where the injured man staggered into and begged for help - confirmed he was brutally attacked in a neighbouring street.
Speaking outside the police cordon, Reverend Doctor Stuart Burgess said: 'A young person was stabbed in a neighbouring street, around the corner from Euston Street.
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'He made his way to the bar and lobby area of the hotel where he tragically collapsed. Within an hour he tragially died.
'I want to pay tribute to the police who responded quickly and to the staff - it was a very big shock for them but they responded very well.
'There were four or five of them and they soon realised the person was...
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