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Tragedy Strikes on New Year’s Eve: 16-Year-Old Stabbed to Death on Primrose Hill



In a devastating turn of events on New Year’s Eve, a vibrant celebration on Primrose Hill in north London took a tragic turn when 16-year-old Harry Pitman was fatally stabbed. The incident occurred amidst the revelry of hundreds of people who had gathered on the hill in Camden to witness the New Year’s Eve fireworks and usher in 2024.

Details surrounding the incident are still emerging, but it is believed that Harry Pitman lost his life following an altercation on the celebratory night. The shocking turn of events cast a somber shadow over what was meant to be a joyous occasion, leaving the community in grief and disbelief.

As authorities work to piece together the circumstances leading to this tragic incident, the loss of a young life on a night of celebration serves as a stark reminder of the fragility of such moments. The police investigation is ongoing, and the community mourns the untimely passing of Harry Pitman, grappling with the weight of sorrow as they navigate the beginning of the new year.

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