Man stabbed on southbound No. 2 subway train in the Bronx after verbal dispute: police

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Thursday, June 6, 2024
Man stabbed on southbound No. 2 train near Jackson Avenue station in the Bronx
Marcus Solis has the story in the Bronx on the stabbing.

MELROSE, The Bronx (WABC) -- Police are investigating after a man was stabbed on subway train in the Bronx on Wednesday.

Authorities say the stabbing happened just after 3 p.m. at the Jackson Avenue subway station in the Melrose section.

They say a 41-year-old man was riding aboard a southbound No. 2 train when he got into a verbal dispute with a male suspect.

According to the victim, the male suspect told the 41-year-old to move out of his way. A verbal dispute followed and the victim was stabbed multiple times in his right arm.

The victim then got off the train at the Jackson Avenue station and asked a token booth clerk for assistance.

He was transported to NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln in stable condition.

Police say the suspect continued to ride the southbound train.

No arrests have been made at this time.

The investigation remains ongoing.


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