SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — BART trains were not stopping at the 24th Street Mission station Sunday afternoon in San Francisco, the agency announced on Twitter. The station was closed due to police activity.
One person is dead after a stabbing at the 24th Street Mission station, according to BART. The incident happened on the street-level plaza above the station.
As of 6:10 p.m., the station has reopened, BART said in a tweet. Trains are now stopping at 24th Street Mission station.
BART says surveillance shows two men arguing near the elevator at the station around 1:40 p.m. when one man stabbed the other individual. The victim then walked down to the station and later collapsed on the platform.
The suspect fled the area, and authorities are looking to catch the suspect. No details were provided about a suspect description.
MUNI is providing service between 16th Street, 24th Street and Glen Park stations. The 14, 14R and 49 bus routes will be available for riders, BART said.
The alert of the station closure was first tweeted out at 1:47 p.m.
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Last Friday, a shooting happened inside of a BART train near the Lake Merritt station in Oakland. Officials said the victim was shot multiple times and later taken to the hospital.
This story will be updated. Check back as KRON4 learns more.