Two Men Stabbed in East Palo Alto Intersection

Two men were stabbed on Thursday night at the intersection of University Avenue and Bell Street in East Palo Alto, according to a news release by East Palo Alto police Cmdr. David Santos. The incident occurred at approximately 8:25 p.m. when officers responded to the scene.

Upon arrival, authorities discovered two male victims who had sustained stab wounds. One of the victims was immediately transported to a hospital due to life-threatening injuries and remains in critical condition as of Friday. The second victim received treatment at the scene for minor injuries.

The suspect, described by the victims as an individual with a mustache wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, fled the scene following the stabbing. The police have not yet identified the suspect and have not released any information regarding a possible motive for the attack.

Author: CrimeDoor

2 Responses

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