A 26-year-old woman was stabbed to death early Saturday while standing on a Loop CTA platform in Chicago, and the news comes as residents grapple with rampant crime.
Although law enforcement selected The suspect in the case, CWB Chicago reports, remains at large after the incident.
The young woman was on the Adams-Wabash pad when the suspect stabbed her just before 1:30 a.m
After going down the stairs, she collapses in the street outside a local pub. Community members took care of her until emergency crews arrived to take over.
The crew transported the woman to Stoger Hospital. However, she died from the injuries she sustained. She was reportedly stabbed in the neck, torso and arm.
A CWB Chicago report noted, “She’s the first person to kill in the Loop this year.”
video snapshot Offers Crime scene tape across from Adams-Wabash elevated platform entrance. CBS Chicago reported that “the CTA trains continued to run in the Loop through the night, but bypassed the Wabash and Adams station.”
The outlet also noted that law enforcement is still investigating the incident:
Follow CWB Chicago’s report:
Surveillance video showed the man following the woman from street level to the sidewalk, where he attacked her, said an officer who reviewed the footage. The officer described the man as a Hispanic man with very short hair, wearing a shiny puffer coat, under which was a gray pullover, jeans, and black and white sneakers.
Communicating via their radios, some officers identified a 30-year-old Hispanic man as the suspect, but have yet to report any arrests in the case.
In January, Breitbart News reporter Jon Nolte said Chicago was devastated by “undisputed Democratic governance,” thanks to Mayor Lori Lightfoot.
Nolte wrote, “Compared to the first 22 days of 2021, major crime in Chicago already run by Democrats is up 97% this year, Wirepoints reports. Compared to those same 22 days last year, crime is up 61 percent.” “.
Meanwhile, at least 14 people were shot, two of whom died, over Lightfoot’s Chicago weekend, Breitbart News reported Monday.
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