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Saint-Laurent Metro reopened after teenager killed in downtown Montreal

A teenage victim was brought to a Montreal hospital in critical condition and later died from his upper-body injuries.
A teenage victim was brought to a Montreal hospital in critical condition and later died from his upper-body injuries. TVA

The Saint-Laurent Metro station has been reopened following an altercation late Sunday night that left an 18-year-old dead.

At 11:40 p.m., Montreal police were called to the intersection of Saint-Laurent and de Maisonneuve boulevards after receiving reports of a young man suffering stab wounds.

The teenage victim was brought to hospital in critical condition and later died from his upper-body injuries.

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Police spokesperson Const. Julien Lévesque said the suspect fled the scene before authorities arrived.

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