A man was rushed to a local hospital early Friday morning after being stabbed outside Toronto’s Union Station. According to Canadian news channel CP24, the victim has been identified as a 26-year-old man. No other information was immediately available and the cause of the incident is still under investigation.
Earlier this month, several people were injured and over a dozen cars were completely destroyed in the city’s St. Clair West neighbourhood when a gunman opened fire in a car. “No excuses,” police spokesperson Meaghan Gray said at the time. “It’s a dereliction of duty. We cannot wait until there’s 20 shots before we even get there. We’ve got to respond to it. That’s not how we do it in this country.”
According to CP24, the victim in Friday’s incident suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
Read the full story at CP24.
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