Three men stabbed at Queens subway station in 'apparent robbery': NYPD
Three men were stabbed and received non-life-threatening injuries Monday at a Queens subway station, according to the NYPD.
The victims were on the Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue subway platform in Jamaica around 3:30 p.m. when they were stabbed by two suspects in an "apparent robbery," the NYPD said.
Published reports said the stabbing may have been the result of a train fight that spilled onto the platform, and that it may have started with a fight at a nearby school that resulted in a suspension, CBS New York reported. Police declined to confirm the school fight.
Two victims were stabbed in the stomach, and the third was stabbed in the leg. All three were taken to Jamaica Hospital in critical but stable condition, and they were all expected to recover, officials said.
As of press time, police were still looking for the two unidentified suspects.