Muni Rider Stabbed In Neck After Intervening In Argument
A Muni passenger was stabbed in the neck with scissors when the passenger tried to intervene in an argument between a suspect and the Muni driver Friday afternoon, reports Bay City News (via SF Appeal). This happened near Market and Hayes streets.
According to the report, the suspect and the bus driver were arguing when the passenger tried to calm the suspect down and was then stabbed in the neck, according to San Francisco police Sgt. Michael Andraychak.
The rider suffered “superficial injuries,” and the suspect was taken into custody, says the SF Appeal.