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One Person Hospitalized After A Stabbing In Downtown Spokane

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SPOKANE, Wash. - A young man is in the hospital Friday night after a stabbing at the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza in downtown Spokane.

Just before 8:00pm  Friday Evening, a fight broke out at the plaza between what appears to be a couple groups of people. At some point during the fight, one victim was stabbed in the leg.

The victim was sent to the hospital with non life threatening injuries.

Spokane Police have a group of people in custody in the security office at the plaza where they're questioning them. Spokane police believe these people were involved in the situation.

Evidence has been collected, including a possible weapon. The STA plaza was never closed down because there was no immediate threat to anyone else.

We will update you as the situation unfolds.

 

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