WASHINGTON – Police are looking for a consider after they contend a chairman was stabbed on a Metro train Sunday afternoon.
Investigators contend it happened only after 3:30 p.m. as Transit and DC military were called to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and Galveston Place SW for a chairman stabbed while on an A4 track Metrobus.
Police contend a male had a non-life-threatening gash wound in his back. They contend he was taken to a sanatorium and is in fast condition.
Investigators contend they are still looking for a suspect, who got off a train and fled a scene. Police contend they consider a consider stabbed a male during an argument.
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