INGLEWOOD, Calif.–A woman stabbed a man during an argument aboard a Metro bus in Inglewood today.
The stabbing occurred about 10:15 a.m. on a Line 40 bus that was westbound on Florence Avenue at Hillcrest Boulevard, according to Luis Inzunza of Metro.
The injured man, in his 40s, was taken to a hospital for treatment of wounds to his head and abdomen, Inzunza said. His condition was not immediately known. The woman fled the scene.
According to the preliminary investigation, the attack occurred while the man was arguing with the suspect and another woman, Inzunza said.
The stabbing occurred about 10:15 a.m. on a Line 40 bus that was westbound on Florence Avenue approaching Hillcrest Boulevard, according to Luis Inzunza of Metro.
Murray Brown, 57, of Los Angeles, was taken to a hospital for treatment of multiple stab wounds to his head and neck, and was listed in critical but stable condition, said Inglewood police Lt. James Madia.
According to the preliminary investigation, Brown got on the bus at Florence Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard and was approached by two women already on the vehicle, Madia said.
“The females initiated a heated argument with Brown, and one of them produced a large knife and stabbed Brown in the head and neck,” Madia said.
The women got off the bus at Florence Avenue and Hillcrest Boulevard, and ran away.
The woman with the knife was in her 30s, with a heavy build and a scar on her face. She was wearing a brown hooded sweatshirt. The other woman was also in her 30s, with a thin build and long black hair. She was wearing a black shirt and blue pants.
Anyone knowing more about the case was urged to call Inglewood police at (310) 412-5247; or the 24-hour number (888) 41-CRIME.