1 stabbed in fight between minors on MUNI bus

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Police are investigating a stabbing incident between teenage boys on a Muni bus near the Union Square neighborhood. According to the San Francisco Police Department Investigations Bureau, the incident left one severely injured. 

Around 4:41 p.m., officers were informed of a stabbing inside a MUNI bus near Stockton and Sutter streets. Police found one minor with a potential stab wound. Emergency personnel provided medical aid and took the victim to the hospital. 

According to the police, the victim sustained life-threatening injuries. 

The preliminary investigation reveals that a fight occurred on the bus between several minor boys. Officers detained multiple subjects on the scene who they believed were involved in the assault. 

No arrests have been made at the time and police are asking for witnesses to speak to the officers. 

The 8, 15, 30, and 45 buses may experience delays along Stockton and Sutter streets as a result of the police activity in the area, according to the San Francisco Transportation Authority.


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