The news came just days after the woman who was left paralyzed after being stabbed by a man at a party in London said she was given the all-clear after her hospital stay was extended by five days, and that she was now recovering at home.

The 26-year-old woman, who did not wish to be named, had been in a critical condition in hospital for several days following the attack in the early hours of Friday morning, which happened in a residential area of the city centre. 

The attack happened just after midnight on a quiet residential street in Kensington.

She said she felt an “intense pain” while being treated at the Royal Free Hospital, where she was first treated for her injuries and then transferred to a specialist unit.

She said the stabbing happened outside the entrance of the unit, which is part of the trauma unit, and then while she was in the intensive care unit.

“I got the all clear,” she told The Sun newspaper.

“It was terrifying, but at the same time it’s the best thing in the world.

It was like an accident.”‘

I could hear him’After being stabbed, the woman said she could hear the man talking to a woman outside the unit.

“He said: ‘Come and get me’.

Then he stabbed me in the back,” she said.

The man who was attacked was identified by police as a 37-year old male, who is of South Asian origin.

Police said the man has been arrested and is being questioned.