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12 February 2018
College Subway Station Reopens Hours After a Man Was Stabbed on Train


Toronto Ontario - A portion of the Yonge subway line was shut down for several hours Monday after an altercation on the TTC resulted in a man being stabbed at least once in the face.
 
A call came in to police around 12:40 saying that an altercation that started on a southbound train had led to a stabbing at College station.
 
TTC special constables arrived on the scene and found a man stabbed in the face with an unknown sharp weapon.
 
The victim was rushed to hospital, where he is now in stable condition.
 
The special constables briefly pursued a suspect, described as a man in his 20's, on foot through the station.
 
Once caught, he was handed over to police, who took him to hospital as a precaution.
 
Trains weren't running between Bloor and Union as police canvassed witnesses and viewed video.
 
The portion of the line reopened later but trains were bypassing College station for several hours.
 
According to Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook, there was also "quite a bit of a messy situation" to be cleaned up.
 
Police are still working to figure out if the attack was random.
 
"I know there's a lot of speculation as to whether or not they were strangers, but we have not yet received confirmation yet as to what their relationship was prior to this and what may have caused this situation," Douglas-Cook said.
 
The scene was cleared by 16:30.
 
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