Passenger stabbed on L.A. Metro A Line in Huntington Park

L.A. Metro
FILE PHOTO - Passengers wait for Metro Rail subway trains during rush hour June 3, 2008 in Los Angeles. On Nov. 15, 2021 an L.A. Metro A Line passenger was taken to the hospital following a stabbing near the Florence Station. The L.A. Sheriff's Department is investigating. Photo credit David McNew/Getty Images

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A Metro A Line passenger who had been stabbed was
taken to a hospital Monday after the train pulled into the Florence Station,
authorities said.

The train pulled into the station in the 7200 block of Graham Avenue
about 11:40 a.m., and the injured man was taken to a hospital in unknown
condition, according to Ramon Montenegro of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Transit Services Bureau.

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The station was closed while an investigation was conducted, and buses
were brought in to shuttle rail passengers around the area.

This is a developing story. As of publication there is no update on the victim's condition.

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