‘Unacceptable’: TTC responds to man seriously injured after stabbing inside Eglinton Station

 A man has serious but non-life-threatening injuries after a stabbing inside the TTC’s Eglinton subway station.Toronto police said they were called to the station just before 12:30 p.m. for the stabbing.A man was located with stab wounds and he was transported to hospital with serious injuries.The suspect is described by police as male, around 6 feet tall, bald, wearing a green hoodie, black pants and black and gold sunglasses.There is currently no service between Lawrence and Davisville stations. Shuttle buses are running. In a statement, the TTC said that the “safety of our customers and employees is paramount to all we do,” adding that “while we don’t have any more information, incidents of violence on TTC property are unacceptable and are of great concern.”All bus service from Eglinton Station is also being redirected to St Clair Station.Police are on scene and are suggesting that riders consider alternate routes.Anyone with information is asked to contact police.Thea Gribilas is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Reach her via email: tgribilas@thestar.ca 

A man has serious but non-life-threatening injuries after a stabbing inside the TTC’s Eglinton subway station.

Toronto police said they were called to the station just before 12:30 p.m. for the stabbing.

A man was located with stab wounds and he was transported to hospital with serious injuries.

The suspect is described by police as male, around 6 feet tall, bald, wearing a green hoodie, black pants and black and gold sunglasses.

There is currently no service between Lawrence and Davisville stations. Shuttle buses are running.

In a statement, the TTC said that the “safety of our customers and employees is paramount to all we do,” adding that “while we don’t have any more information, incidents of violence on TTC property are unacceptable and are of great concern.”

All bus service from Eglinton Station is also being redirected to St Clair Station.

Police are on scene and are suggesting that riders consider alternate routes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

Thea Gribilas is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Reach her via email: tgribilas@thestar.ca

 

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