Three people attacked with stabbing in the Hochelaga district of Montreal

Three people attacked with stabbing in the Hochelaga district of Montreal

< p class="sc-v64krj-0 knjbxw">The police were called around 9:40 p.m. for a stabbing that occurred on Letourneux Avenue, near Adam Street.

Montreal experienced another night of violence on Friday. Two teenagers and an adult were stabbed in the Hochelaga district.

According to the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM), these are two separate events.

The police were first called around 9:40 p.m. to surrender on Letourneux Avenue, near Adam Street.

Arrived at the scene, officers found a 32-year-old man with injuries to his upper body. He was immediately transported to a hospital.

Later that night, Caroline Chèvrefils, spokesperson for the SPVM, indicated that his condition was stable.

The attack is said to have originated in a conflict that would have degenerated between the victim and two suspects.

The latter would have fled on foot after the assault with a weapon white.

Investigators and forensic identification technicians were called to establish the causes and circumstances of the tragedy.

Police at the scene of a stabbing that left two 14-year-old teenagers injured in a playground near the Olympic Stadium.< /p>

Still in the Hochelaga district, two 14-year-old teenagers were stabbed in a play area near the Olympic stadium on Sherbrooke Street, near Viau Street, said Ms. Chèvrefils.

Wounded in the upper body, they were conscious when the police arrived. They were taken to the hospital.

Here too, a conflict between the victims and a suspect, whose age is not specified, is said to be at stake. origin of the stabbing.

The suspect fled on foot.

The police have delimited a security perimeter to allow the investigators to carry out their investigations. Witnesses were also interviewed.

With information from La Presse canadienne

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