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Tributes have been paid to a “funny and loving” student who was killed in a double stabbing in Brentford, west London.
Ali Abucar Ali, 20, was named by his family as the man who was found dead in Albany Parade at 8pm yesterday.
It is believed that he was stabbed while protecting great-great-grandmother Betty Walsh, who is in the hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.
Police have not confirmed Ali’s identity, but his family has set up a GoFundme page to raise funds for his funeral.
A childhood friend of Ali’s told Metro.co.uk: “Ali was the youngest in the family, he was only 20 years old studying at university to be a great inspiration to all of us.
Ali is believed to have died while trying to help an elderly woman who was stabbed .
“He was a boy loved by everyone in the Brentford and Chiswick community because he spent a lot of time coaching children’s basketball, a sport that he loved.”
The fundraiser has already raised over £ 6,000 after being organized a few hours earlier.
The page reads: “On Friday, November 12, we lost a son, a brother and a friend. Our beloved brother Ali has returned to our lord. May all forgive his sins.
“The most loving, humble and fun young man. Don’t have a single memory of him without seeing his incredible smile.”
Officers were called to Albany Parade, Brentford, around 7:50 p.m. Friday and found a man, 20, dead at the scene after he allegedly tried to protect a retiree from a frenzied knife.
82-year-old Betty Walsh is in hospital with serious injuries after the attack (Image: SWNS)
Police arrested a man, in his 30s, on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.
Previously, retired waitress Betty Walsh was named as the 82-year-old woman who was injured in the incident.
As soon as she came to, the soccer-mad retiree asked about England’s score, her family revealed today.
Her loved ones said that Betty, affectionately known as “Betty Boo”, has lived in Brentford her entire adult life and was well known in the community due to her work as a waitress at four local pubs before retiring.
Police on the scene at Albany Parade in Brentford where a man died and a retiree is in critical condition in hospital after they were stabbed on a west London street. Photography date: Friday, November 12, 2021. PA Photo. Metropolitan Police said the man, believed to be in his 20s, and the woman, in her 80s, were stabbed around 8 p.m. Friday at Albany Parade in Brentford. Police say the woman was taken to hospital where she remains in critical condition.
His eldest daughter, Bridget, 60, said: “Everyone knew Mom. She has lived in Brentford for 60 years.
“She was alive and fit; she walked every day and she was a strong woman.
She “she went shopping a lot and she was not at all fragile. She was crazy about football and crazy about Brentford FC.
She “she worked in four pubs and worked really hard. Sadly, her husband died over 30 years ago, so she raised us alone and was the cornerstone of the family.
“This will probably have shocked her quite a bit.”