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Mr Pasricha told a London newspaper, he had seen the victim "slumped in a pool of his own blood" and that there was blood on the end of the cue which had been left lying on the platform.The police investigation into the incident meant there were no Tube services in and out of Heathrow airport from the start of the day until 12.25pm as the Piccadilly line was closed between Heathrow and Hounslow Central.Detective Superintendent Sue Hill, from the Metropolitan Police's Serious Crime Homicide West division, said: "The victim had been playing football in Beaversfield Park with four friends."Two friends left and the remaining three were coming away from the park towards the station when they saw this group with an assortment of weapons."They sought haven in the tube station and thought they would be safe on the platform.But seven youths stormed through the barriers and the victim was beaten and stabbed, with the other two friends also being assaulted"According to an eye witness, IT worker Umesh Pasricha, 23, the gang wielded a broken bottle and a snooker cue as well as the sharpened piece of metal."This was clearly a distressing incident for this victim who was intimated and assaulted along a route which she routinely walks." All of the men involved are described as Asian.
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"The main suspect then made further physical contact with the victim." The attacker, along with the rest of the group, then walked away from the victim close to Hounslow bus garage in London Road after the assault at around 9.40pm on Wednesday May 6.
Detective Sergeant Jason Mc Elroy said: "We are keen to trace one witness in particular who is described as an Asian man who had been in close proximity to the victim at the time of the incident.