Police say that a man was attacked twice by a man near Temple University in North Philadelphia, on Thursday.
A 25-year old man suffered life-threatening stab wounds to his neck and back. At around 8 p.m., the crime occurred on Diamond Street.
The victim was taken to Temple University Hospital, where he was treated in critical condition.
The Philadelphia Police Department didn’t report any arrests right away after the stabbing. It is not known if the victim was a Temple student.
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Philadelphia Police Department stated to Fox News Digital they didn’t recover weapons on the spot.
This stabbing incident is just one of the many crimes that have occurred near Temple University’s campus over the past year.
Last November, eleven Temple students from outside the campus were forced to a basement by their instructors at gunpoint and robbed. Eight women aged between 20 and 21 were among the victims.
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A Temple University officer killed in the line-of-duty on February 18 was also. At the same time, a student was also carjacked.
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Fox News Digital reached Temple University to make a statement but has not received a response.