Vancouver, BC, CANADA – Six people have been hospitalized after a mass stabbing at the Lynn Valley Library on Saturday.
The incident occurred at the library on Lynn Valley Road and 29th Avenue at around 1:45 p.m., according to Global News.
A witness described seeing a woman with a child getting stabbed in the attack, according to CTV.
BC Emergency Health Services said that six people have been hospitalized after the attack.
Law enforcement and additional ambulances remain on scene.
The suspect was taken into custody. No further information was released about the suspect.
The conditions of the victims have not been released.
BREAKING: Mass stabbing in North Vancouver attack, six people taken to hospital in Canada— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) March 27, 2021
BREAKING: North Vancouver RCMP say "multiple victims" have been stabbed inside and outside the Lynn Valley Public Library. One suspect is in custody. Police say there is no ongoing threat to the public. Officers are still looking for more possible victims.— CBC British Columbia (@cbcnewsbc) March 27, 2021
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