Caught on camera: Man attacks apparent stabbing suspect in Alabama

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UPDATE: 1:30 PM A toddler was also injured, according to MPD. The toddler is the child of the 35-year-old neighbor who was attacked. Mobile police also updated information on the injuries, saying it’s unclear how the neighbor and the toddler were injured. They confirmed that the suspect’s father was stabbed, but now say they aren’t sure if the other victims were stabbed or injured in some other way. The 35-year-old mother is in critical condition. 

UPDATE: 12:26 PM A man was handcuffed after attacking what appears to be the suspect of the stabbing. A man was being taken out of the home on a stretcher, when another man rushed the stretcher and began punching him. Police took down and handcuffed the person doing the punching. 

UPDATE: Mobile Fire and Rescue confirms 2 people were stabbed and the suspect has also been injured after a stabbing. According to Mobile Fire a 56-year-old man was stabbed by his son and transported to USA Medical Center. The suspect then allegedly went to the home of a 35-year-old woman and stabbed her. She’s in critical condition. In total 2 victims and a suspect were transported to the hospital. 

UPDATE: Multiple people have been stabbed including an adult male. We do not know the severity of the injuries

MOBILE, Ala (WKRG) There is a large police presence in a West Mobile neighborhood. It’s happening in the 7000 block of Wynnridge. About a dozen police and emergency vehicles are on the scene. Crime scene tape is blocking off a large part of the neighborhood. Police have not confirmed what’s happening yet. News 5’s Mary Smith is on the scene and will continue to update on the air, on the web and LIVE on Facebook. 

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