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Man critically injured after stabbing at early morning bar fight in Scarborough

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A man was rushed to a trauma centre via emergency run after being stabbed early Sunday morning in Scarborough, paramedics say.

 

The incident happened shortly after 3 a.m. in the Agincourt area, in a plaza at the south east corner of Kennedy Road and Trojan Gate, which is north of Finch Avenue East.

 

Toronto police in a post on X said that they responded to reports of a large bar fight in that area at around 3:15 a.m.

 

They said that several people received minor injuries during that altercation.

 

A man was rushed to the hospital after being stabbed on Dec. 10 near Finch Avenue East and Trojan Gate. (Simon Sheehan/CP24)

 

One man was stabbed and transported to the hospital with life-threateening injuries, police said.

 

Toronto paramedics initially told CP24 that the victim's injuries were serious, but “likely non-life-threatening.”

 

More to come. This is a developing story. 

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