Woman stabs Taser-wielding 14-year-old girl during argument in NYC subway station

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The NYPD is searching for a young woman who stabbed a 14-year-old girl in the chest in a Brooklyn subway station Saturday night — after the girl whipped out a Taser during an argument.

The girl is expected to survive the stabbing, and police were trying to find her attacker.

The incident began when the teen got into a heated exchange with the 18-year-old woman shortly after 6 p.m. in the stairwell of the No. 3 Sutter Avenue-Rutland Road subway station in Brownsville, according to cops.

The teen then pulled out a Taser and tried to shock the woman, cops said.

Police say the woman responded by whipping out a knife and stabbing the girl in the chest.

The woman fled the scene with about eight to 10 people, according to cops.

The 14-year-old girl remained at Brookdale Hospital.

The train station was taped off while cops conducted an investigation Saturday night.

The MTA tweeted around 8 p.m. that trains were bypassing the station due to police activity, and offered nearby bus service.

One witness described the chaotic scene, saying the conductor told all straphangers to get off a train that arrived at the station shortly after the bloodshed.


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