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Canada Woman attacked on York University campus was stabbed and shot, police say

18:20  26 january  2020
18:20  26 january  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

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An 18-year-old Barnard freshman was fatally stabbed just after nightfall on Wednesday during a mugging in a park near the college’s Manhattan campus , the police and college officials When they arrived, the officers found an unconscious 18-year-old woman who had been stabbed multiple times.

Toronto police say the woman who was stabbed near York University on Jan. 22 was also shot . Police said the female victim was walking along a pathway when a man attacked her, knocked her to the ground Following an investigation, police said they determined the victim had also been shot .

a person standing in a dark room: A Toronto police officer shines a flashlight on a knapsack left on a pathway after a woman was stabbed and shot on the York University campus this week.© Jeremy Cohn/CBC A Toronto police officer shines a flashlight on a knapsack left on a pathway after a woman was stabbed and shot on the York University campus this week.

Toronto police say a young woman attacked on the York University campus on Wednesday was stabbed and shot.

The woman, 23, remains in hospital in life-threatening condition.

In a news release on Saturday, police said they initially believed the woman was beaten and stabbed, but after an investigation, police now say the woman was also wounded by gunfire.

Police said the incident began when the woman was walking on a pathway to York University in the area of Leitch Avenue and Assiniboine Road, near Finch Avenue West and Keele Street, on Wednesday night.

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York University students are feeling uneasy after a woman was critically injured in a stabbing along a pathway just steps from the campus in North York late Wednesday. And knowing the attacker is still on the loose has area residents, who regularly use the path to walk to and from school

A man veered his car onto the sidewalk at the campus , leaped out, and stabbed several people with a butcher The victims’ injuries “include stab wounds, injury by motor vehicle and other injuries that are being A university police officer fatally shot the suspect within about a minute of the attack , but

"A man assaulted her, knocking her to the ground and dragged her a short distance," police said.

Police were called to the scene at about 10:10 p.m. Paramedics took her in life-threatening condition to hospital.

After the incident, police brought a K9 unit to search for the man. The woman's belongings, including a knapsack, could be seen on the pathway, which separates a York University parking lot from a nearby townhouse development.

In the release, police said the man responsible is still at large and officers have not recovered a firearm.

The suspect is described as Asian, early to mid 20s, five foot nine to five foot eleven, between 170 and 190 lbs., with black hair. He was wearing "stylish" sunglasses and a black puffy jacket.

Anyone with any information is urged at call police at (416) 808-3100, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).

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