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A stabbing attack on the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Red Line early Friday morning left four people injured.
The incident occurred shortly after 2 a.m. CT and the CTA tweeted Friday morning that Red Line trains were running but bypassing the North-Clybourn station due to an ongoing investigation by the Chicago Police Department.
“Shuttle bus available Fullerton to Clark/Division,” it wrote.
Citing the authorities, WGN9 said multiple ambulances were called to the scene.
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FOX 32 reported, citing the Chicago Fire Department, that four people were transported to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Stroger Hospital.
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“This kind of violence is absolutely unacceptable, and we applaud the Chicago Police Department for its quick actions to arrest the suspects. CTA will continue to assist CPD in its investigation, including sharing any video from our security camera system,” CTA President Dorval R. Carter Jr. said in a statement provided to Fox News.
Police said Area Three detectives are investigating the incident.
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