On Wednesday, a metro bus driver was stabbed aboard a bus in Woodland Hills. He was stabbed multiple times and is hospitalized and in critical condition.
A Metro bus driver is now in critical condition after being stabbed onboard a bus in Woodland Hills
On Wednesday, a stabbing incident involving a metro bus driver transpired in Woodland Hills. The police officer received a call at about 5:00 in the afternoon that there was a stabbing incident on Erwin Street and near Topanga Canyon Boulevard.
The police informed that the victim was a metro bus driver, and they immediately responded to the crime scene.
The metro bus driver was brought to Northridge Hospital Medical Center. According to the police, Mayor Bass went to the hospital in the evening, checked the condition of the metro bus driver, and discussed with them the investigation.
Anyone who has information regarding the stabbing of a metro bus driver call 877-LAPD-24-7
Investigation revealed that the suspect argued with the metro bus driver before the stabbing. The suspect fled in an unknown direction but was last seen at Owensmouth Avenue.
The metro bus driver stabbing suspect was described as an approximately 22 years old, 6-foot-tall man with blonde hair. During the stabbing incident, he wore black pants and a red t-shirt.