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Toronto police investigate reported stabbing at College subway station

A suspect is now in custody after officers were called to the southbound platform.

Police tape is shown in Toronto Tuesday, May 2, 2017 in this file photo. Officers were called to the southbound platform of the College subway station after a reported stabbing.

The Canadian Press / Graeme Roy

Police tape is shown in Toronto Tuesday, May 2, 2017 in this file photo. Officers were called to the southbound platform of the College subway station after a reported stabbing.

Toronto police say two men have been hospitalized following a stabbing at a downtown subway station.

Officers were called to College subway station just before 1 p.m. for reports of blood on the southbound platform.

When police arrived, they say they found a seriously injured man who was unconscious and experiencing seizures.

Police say he sustained stab wounds to the face, but that the injuries were not life-threatening.

They say transit authorities had apprehended a suspect, who has also been hospitalized and is now under police custody.

Police say they recovered a weapon from the scene.

They do not know of a connection between the victim and the suspect, but say that the investigation is ongoing.

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