Man in critical condition after stabbing inside SEPTA station leaves him with severed artery, police say

A man is in critical condition at a Philadelphia hospital after he was stabbed inside a SEPTA station. 

Police say the incident happened around 9:37 p.m. on Wednesday night. 

According to authorities, a 54-year-old man was involved in a fight with two other men inside the SEPTA concourse at Broad and Locus Street. 


During the fight, the victim was stabbed in the left arm and an artery was severed, officials say. 

He was transported to Jefferson University Hospital, where he is in critical condition, according to police. 

The investigation into the stabbing is active and ongoing.