HAYWARD, Calif. (AP) - A California transit chief says a man has been stabbed to death on a San Francisco Bay Area commuter train during a fight.
Interim BART Police Chief Ed Alvarez told reporters at a news conference that officials began receiving 911 calls Tuesday afternoon about a fight aboard a train between two men.
He says transit officers boarded the train at the next stop and found a man bleeding, who was possibly the victim of a stabbing. He says the man died.
Alvarez says transit officers quickly searched the area and were able to apprehend a suspect.
He said there is no threat to the public because it was a fight between two people who engaged each other.
Officials did not immediately provide any other details.
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