Two men are stabbed at the exit of a bar

News 22 July, 2017
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    Saturday, 22 July, 2017 05:13

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    MONTREAL – Two men in their thirties were stabbed, in the night from Friday to Saturday, at the exit of a bar located in the borough of Ville-Marie in Montreal.

    According to initial information, the incident occurred at about 3 a.m. following a fight that would have escalated between several people at the exit of a bar located at the intersection of Notre-Dame West, and McGill university.

    During the altercation, a man of 32 years was stabbed in the upper body. A porter for 31 years, working for the establishment licensee, would also have been stabbed at the bottom of the body attempting to intervene.

    The two victims were transported to a hospital. The life of the bouncer, would not be in danger, as to the first victim, we do not know his state of health.

    According to the police Department of the City of Montreal, no suspect has been apprehended. Investigators went on-site to learn more about the circumstances of the event.