Muni Stabbing Leaves Teen in Critical Condition

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Update: Police say the two teens were riding the 14-line down Mission Street when they got into a fight. The bus drivers stopped, and at that point  the suspect stabbed the other teen twice in the chest. The victim is still in critical condition.

Original story 10:02 a.m.: A teen is in critical condition after being stabbed twice as he rode a Muni bus in the Outer Mission on Wednesday, police told reporters today.

At about 1:40 p.m., an 18-year-old boy was on the bus when he got into a fight with another man described in his late teens. The suspect stabbed the 18-year-old victim twice and then got off the bus and fled with a 17-year-old girl.

Police are on the hunt for the two teens.

SF Weekly is waiting for police to provide more information including which bus line the teens were on.

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Mike mike the illest
Mike mike the illest

First off people need to state the facts I was on the bus wen the fight happen an the supposed "victim" was working the "suspect" over after the "suspect" told the "victim" multiple times he did not wanna fight atvthat point the "victim" then punched the "suspect" an keept repeatedly punching the "suspect" an that's wen the knife came into play because the "suspect" was getting worked over an had no choice


thank you for being honest about what you saw i hope the police interviewed you because as we all know the "facts" can get distorted to make one person the villian and one the victim/hero.. if you did not get interviewed but want to let the truth be told contact me here it might be more helpful than you know

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