3 injured in River North stabbing incident

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Three people are injured after a stabbing altercation in Chicago's River North neighborhood.

It happened just after 3:00 a.m Saturday morning near Erie and Wells.

Authorities say two people were stabbed; one person was stabbed in the leg, and was treated on the scene.

The other person was stabbed in the back.

He was taken to Northwestern Hospital in critical condition.

One person is in custody.

He also suffered superficial wounds on his hand.

Charges are pending against the attacker.

A knife was recovered at the scene.

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  • arnj74

    This report is wrong! I’d like to set the record straight. It is sickening to me the things the media make up to make it more dramatic. The man that was stabbed – 6 times – is my Nephew. The woman – my Niece!!! They were out for my Nephews birthday & were walking to their car past a group of guys. They went for my niece & tried to take her purse. My nephew & his friend – the one stabbed in the leg – jumped in to help her – this woman – HIS SISTER. One of the men took out a knife & started to stab him. Don’t believe everything you read in the media. They could care less about the tragedy not so much about truth.

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