Police investigating Jackson Square Station stabbing


BOSTON >> Police are investigating after a teen was stabbed over the weekend at a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority station in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood.

The Boston Globe reports Boston police and MBTA transit officers were dispatched to the Jackson Square Station just before 4 p.m. Sunday and found the wounded male victim.

The teen, who wasn't identified, suffered injuries not considered to be life-threatening. No arrests have been made as of Sunday night.

MBTA officials say the Orange Line was suspended for about an hour and resumed its regular schedule around 5 p.m.

Yellow caution tape blocked off areas in the station's lobby and transit officers advised passengers to avoid walking near the pay kiosks.

Information from: The Boston Globe, http://www.bostonglobe.com


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