A TTC employee who was stabbed at Scarborough Town Centre station on Thursday evening is recovering and has been released from the hospital.
According to Toronto Police, officers received a call around 5:30 pm saying that someone was on the SRT platform with a knife.
The person with the knife allegedly stabbed the TTC employee.
The suspect, described by police as a Black male in his late teens wearing all-black clothing, fled the scene after the incident and headed towards the GO Transit area of the station.
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The victim, a fare collector, experienced “steady bleeding,” police say, and was then taken to hospital.
Their injuries were declared non-life-threatening.
PERSON WITH A KNIFE:
Scarborough Town Centre
* 5:31 pm *
– At the SRT platform
– TTC employee stabbed
– Steady bleeding
– Suspect fled last seen going into GO Transit area
– Male, black, late teens, all black clothing#GO2330582
— Toronto Police Operations (@TPSOperations) December 10, 2020
“Great news! The collector released last night and doing well,” said TTC spokesman Stuart Green on Twitter on Friday morning.
Green said they would be working with police to see that the attacker is apprehended.
Officers searched the area last night, but there have been no arrests made at this time.