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FDNY: 1 seriously hurt in Bronx subway stabbing

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NEW YORK (AP) - One person is hospitalized in serious condition and two sustained minor injuries after a stabbing at a Bronx subway station.

The fire department says paramedics were called to the 149th Street - Grand Concourse station around 7 p.m., Saturday.

Police say they didn't have any immediate information on the incident or suspects.

A fire department spokesman says the person in serious condition is being treated at Lincoln Hospital.

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