Two injured in late-night fast food stabbing
One of the knife-wound victims is seen receiving care after the incident. (Image: Cosmo Santamaria)
Published Sunday, November 18, 2012 11:43AM EST
Last Updated Sunday, November 18, 2012 12:39PM EST
MONTREAL - Ambulances rushed to the scene of a late-night stabbing at a McDonald’s at Villeray and St. Michel at about 4 a.m. Sunday, where they found two men badly injured from a stabbing altercation.
Both of the men are in their twenties and one is in critical condition, while the other is expected to recover.
Police are searching for a man in his early twenties who fled the scene.
Earlier in the night, at around midnight, a tow-truck driver was hit by a bullet while parked in his vehicle around Fleury and J.J. Gagnier.
The driver, aged around 50, attempted to speed away from his attacker but ended up hitting three other vehicles with his truck.
He is in hospital in critical condition.
Police plan to interview the tow-truck driver in coming days as he recovers in hospital.
One of the two victims is seen receiving treatment for a stab wound as police watch on. (Photo: Cosmo Santamaria).
The tow truck driver hit several other vehicles after speeding away from an assailant who shot him. (Photo: Cosmo Santamaria)