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A passenger is in the hospital after being stabbed on an MTA bus in The Bronx.

 

It happened at around 4 p.m. Sunday at 169th Street and Webster Avenue. According to MTA officials, the victim is a teenager.

 

There is no word yet on the victim's condition or on any suspects.

---news12

 

 

 

Nice job, psychos...

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This country is full of rednecks and psychopaths.

 

A blanket statement, which doesn't apply to most of the U.S., especially urban areas.

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Yup, and the second stabbing within a block radius in about two months or so...coincidentally on the bus...

 

lol... I've never rode a local bus in the Bronx and incidents like this just remind me of why I haven't. Sure things can happen anywhere, but these incidents seem to happen quite a bit on Bronx locals and it's quite disturbing how violent the acts are. It's just crazy that you guys have to work in such savage conditions.

 

This country is full of rednecks and psychopaths.

 

Uh... huh?? :huh:
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It's the Bronx, what do you expect?

 

The real reason to stay off the BX17 :lol: If I don't have to use the bus in the bronx trust me I won't!!! Crosstowns are nice though. I like BX35 and 12

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Not surprised it happened there, I never walked around that area after dark, I find it scary.

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lol... I've never rode a local bus in the Bronx and incidents like this just remind me of why I haven't. Sure things can happen anywhere, but these incidents seem to happen quite a bit on Bronx locals and it's quite disturbing how violent the acts are. It's just crazy that you guys have to work in such savage conditions.

 

 

 

There you go again :lol:

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no don't walk there without a gun!

 

Talk about extreme.

 

Shit ain't that serious, stop acting scared

 

Don't worry. Dude wouldn't know a heater from a trey-eight if his life depended on it.

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Talk about extreme.

 

 

Don't worry. Dude wouldn't know a heater from a trey-eight if his life depended on it.

 

 

Let alone know how to handle one

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no don't walk there without a gun!

 

 

LOL it ain't that bad, I just avoid that section. Even back in the day when it was dark at 5pm coming back from school. I took the Bx41 LTD to 167 St and transfer to the Bx35 up to Morris. Those areas are shady..

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lol... I've never rode a local bus in the Bronx and incidents like this just remind me of why I haven't. Sure things can happen anywhere, but these incidents seem to happen quite a bit on Bronx locals and it's quite disturbing how violent the acts are. It's just crazy that you guys have to work in such savage conditions.

 

Uh... huh?? :huh:

 

 

Why, because minorities live there? :rolleyes:

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We're all aware it is actually possible to walk around the worst parts of the Bronx without getting shot, right? I mean sheesh...black, white, brown, whatever, like anywhere in the city, you just keep to yourself and keep it moving. Just as true on Webster as West End, York Av as New Lots Av, etc.

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We're all aware it is actually possible to walk around the worst parts of the Bronx without getting shot, right? I mean sheesh...black, white, brown, whatever, like anywhere in the city, you just keep to yourself and keep it moving. Just as true on Webster as West End, York Av as New Lots Av, etc.

 

 

Amen. Somehow these threads always end up with 2 camps--the vaguely racist ones that say "I'm going to avoid area X for my entire life" and the macho ones that say "I'm going to walk around area X like a big shot and show everyone how tough I am."

 

Normal people keep to themselves, don't flash money and jewelry in the high crime areas, and keep their eyes and ears open when they have to pass through those parts of the city.

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