NAUGATUCK, Conn. (WTNH) — Police are investigating a stabbing that took place on a Metro-North train in Naugatuck on Monday.
Naugatuck police were dispatched to the town train station to assist the Metro-North police with the investigation of a stabbing incident that allegedly occurred while the MNA train was en route from Waterbury, police said.
Upon arrival at the scene, Naugatuck police boarded the train and discovered two male subjects believed to be involved in an altercation with stab wounds, authorities said.
The males were secured and transported to Waterbury Hospital treatment for their injuries. According to the police, the injuries the males sustained were non-life-threatening.
Naugatuck police say there is no danger to the public at this time.
The investigation and scene were turned over to the MTA Police Department which has ultimate jurisdiction over the incident, police said.
No other information has been released as of this time.
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