Two Women Suffer Serious Injuries in Stabbing in Boston's Theater District

Authorities said a group of 10 people were fighting in the area of Seaver Place and Warrenton Street when the stabbing occurred

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Two women were stabbed after a group of people got into a fight in Boston's theater district early Wednesday morning, Suffolk County District Attorney Kevin Hayden said.

Authorities said a group of about 10 people were fighting in the area of Stuart Street and Warrenton Street around 2 a.m. The stabbing is believed to have occurred as they exited the Tunnel bar located downstairs in the W Boston hotel building.



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Boston EMS took two women to local hospitals with life-threatening injuries, police said.

"Officers will continue to investigate," Hayden said. "We don’t have a lot of info at this point, other than it was a fight involving a group of individuals."

Stuart Street was also blocked off near the W Boston hotel as police investigate. Investigators say they are still looking at video and ask anyone with information to contact them.

No arrests have been made, police said. No further information was immediately available.

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