HORROR: 14-Year-Old Boy Fatally Stabbed on NYC Subway Platform

Meanwhile in the Democrat hellhole of New York City…

A 14-year-old boy was fatally stabbed on a New York City subway platform at around 3 pm Saturday afternoon, according to police.

According to reports, the boy was stabbed in the stomach after a brief altercation with his attacker inside the West 137th Street-City College station.

The boy was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital where he was pronounced dead, ABC News reported.

Police believe the victim knew his attacker.

An unidentified person of interest has been taken into custody, however, no charges have been filed yet.

ABC News reported:

A 14-year-old boy was fatally stabbed while on a New York City subway platform and a person of interest in the episode was taken into custody, police said.

The stabbing unfolded around 3 p.m. Saturday when officers responded to a report of “a crime in progress” inside the West 137th Street-City College train station in the city’s upper Manhattan neighborhood, according to the New York Police Department.

Officers found the victim on the northbound No. 1 line platform with a stab wound to the abdomen. He was taken by ambulance to nearby Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, NYPD Transit Chief Jason Wilcox said at a news conference.

Wilcox said the person of interest was taken into custody for questioning after being found at West 173rd St. and Broadway suffering wounds to the back, abdomen and left hip, Wilcox said. He said the individual was taken to a hospital for treatment and is expected to survive, police said.

A preliminary investigation found that a fight or dispute erupted outside the West 137th St. station and spilled into the station, where investigators believe the slain teenager was stabbed on the subway platform, according to Wilcox.

Wilcox said the NYPD Crime Scene Unit recovered a knife and a broomstick from the crime scene.

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