24th Street BART Closes After Woman Stabs Man

Categories: Crime
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Woman unleashes on man at BART
An unidentified woman is in police custody this morning after allegedly stabbing a man inside the city's 24th Street BART station, forcing the station to close.

Details are sketchy, but BART officials say that police were called to the station at about 4:30 a.m. after the woman reportedly stabbed the man, who is also not being identified. Trains continued passing through the station, but no passengers were allowed off while police investigated the crime.

BART spokesman Jim Allison told media outlets that passengers were not allowed to enter the station until about 5:30 a.m.
The victim was taken to San Francisco General Hospital; Allison did not know the man's condition.

As far we know, the trains are moving again and BART is back on track.

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