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Toronto woman charged with attempted murder after downtown streetcar stabbing

TORONTO — A Toronto lady has been charged with tried homicide and different offences after a stabbing on a metropolis streetcar left one other lady with accidents to her head and face.

Toronto police say officers had been referred to as round 2 p.m. on Tuesday to a streetcar simply south of a busy part of the town’s Bloor Road and located a 23-year-old lady with a number of stab wounds.

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They are saying an unknown lady approached the sufferer and allegedly stabbed her a number of occasions.

The sufferer was taken to hospital with what police referred to as life-altering accidents.

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Police say a 43-year-old Toronto lady was arrested on the scene and has been charged with tried homicide, aggravated assault and carrying a hid weapon, amongst different expenses.

The stabbing was the most recent case of violence on Toronto transit — in current days, two uniformed TTC employees had been assaulted on their approach to work, a TTC driver was shot with a BB gun, and an individual carrying a non secular head overlaying was hit at a subway station in an alleged hate-motivated assault.

This report by The Canadian Press was first printed Jan. 25, 2023.

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