Fight, stabbing at Burnaby’s Station Square leave two people injured
RCMP says there were no serious injuries in the fight, although two people were taken to hospital and at least one man was stabbed.
Police are investigating a fight and stabbing in the Metrotown area that sent two men to hospital with non-serious injuries.
Burnaby RCMP say officers were called to Silver Drive, home to the Station Square complex with restaurants and shops, around 10:20pm on Thursday night for reports of a fight between three men involving a knife.
“It’s believed two men were leaving a nearby restaurant when they got into a physical fight with a third man, who was not known to them, in a parking lot. A knife was pulled during the incident,” RCMP said in a statement.
Two of the men fled in a vehicle, but RCMP says officers “boxed them in” near Kingsway and Sussex Ave. A 33-year-old man inside the car was taken to hospital for superficial stab wounds, while a 40-year-old man who was with him was not injured.
Another 27-year-old man was also taken to hospital for minor injuries, although it’s unclear what caused those injuries.
RCMP says police seized a knife that was found nearby—and are asking any witnesses to the incident to speak with investigators.