Man critically injured in stabbing at BART station in SF

A man was critically injured in a stabbing at the Civic Center BART station in San Francisco on Wednesday night, BART officials said.

The stabbing was reported at 9:50 p.m., according to BART. BART police officers found the victim with three stab wounds to the chest, stomach and back.

The victim was taken to San Francisco General Hospital to be treated for his injuries. He was in critical but stable condition as of Wednesday night, police said.

BART officials said it wasn’t immediately clear if the victim was stabbed at the station or came into the station after being stabbed on the street.

Investigators interviewed potential witnesses at the station. BART trains ran through the station without stopping as they investigated, police said.

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