Calgary police are investigating a stabbing in the community of Southwood on Thursday that left a teen badly injured.
It happened during a gathering in the 100 block of Sabrina Way S.W. at around 10:30 p.m.
Police said someone called 911 to say one of his friends was stabbing another.
EMS took an 18-year-old man to hospital with the help of a police escort. The victim was transported in life-threatening condition with stab wounds to his upper torso. His condition was latee upgraded to stable.
Officers detained several people in the home for questioning.
Police are searching for the 18-year-old man suspected of being responsible for the attack.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Although police initially indicated a suspect had been taken into custody, they later clarified that a suspect had been identified but was not in custody.
With files from Nathan Taylor, Janet Lore and Doug Vaessen
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