The Cops said on Tuesday that in Brooklyn and Manhattan, three subway riders were stabbed in two different incidents.
At 2:28 a.m. in the morning, two men boarded a southbound Q train at the Atlantic Ave (station in Brooklyn) in the twenties. Both men first robbed a man who was fifty years old, and after this they entered a car and demanded a wallet from the man who was around thirty years old.
When the man refused to give his wallet, the muggers stabbed the man in the head and the stomach. After that they both fled into Prospect Park station where the knife they used for stabbing was found.
The victim who got injured in this incident was taken to the Hospital (Kings County) where he was in stable condition.
After an hour, two individuals were slashed during the argument with two other individuals (men) on a southbound 4 train at the Lexington Ave. and 116th St. station in Manhattan.
The victim was taken to a hospital in bad condition, with serious but not life threatening injuries. Besides this, there were no arrests that were immediate.