Red Line Stabbing – On the redline, the second-to-last car traveling south was stabbed. The area reeks of beer and there was beer can on the ground where one person was found while speaking with transit police. The extent of the injuries are unknown. Other information are still pending at this time as the authorities are yet to release any official report regarding the incident.
RELATED ARTICLE: 2 injured in separate stabbings on CTA Red, Orange lines
Two persons were stabbed in separate incidents on CTA trains in Chicago several hours apart, according to the Chicago Police Department. The first incident took place about 9:08 p.m. on Tuesday on a train that was located close to the 95th Street station of the CTA.
According to the police, the victim was involved in a violent altercation with a male who was 21 years old. According to the authorities, the suspect then pulled out a knife and brutally stabbed the victim multiple times in the chest, head, and arms. The victim was in critical condition when they arrived at Advocate Christ Hospital where they were treated.
According to the police, the suspect was also taken to Advocate Christ Hospital where he was treated for injuries to his hand but was otherwise in good health. A forty-year-old guy had been stabbed and robbed when the police arrived at the CTA Orange Line Western Avenue stop on the Southwest Side at approximately 4:30 in the morning to investigate the incident.
According to the police report, the perpetrator attacked the victim before making his getaway with his cell phone and money.
The victim suffered multiple cuts on their body and was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in critical but stable condition after the attack. On Wednesday afternoon, the Chicago Police Department released many photographs of the suspect in the Orange line incident.
Some people who ride the CTA have expressed unease as a result of these events. According to the police, there is no one in custody in connection with the stabbing on the Orange Line. Local detectives are carrying on with their inquiries into both attacks.
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