Police are investigating after a teen was stabbed over the weekend at a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority station in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood, according to the Associated Press.
The Boston Globe reports Boston police and MBTA transit officers were dispatched to the Jackson Square Station just before 4 p.m. Sunday and found the wounded male victim.
The teen, who wasn't identified, suffered injuries not considered to be life-threatening. No arrests have been made as of Sunday night.
MBTA officials say the Orange Line was suspended for about an hour and resumed its regular schedule around 5 p.m.
Yellow caution tape blocked off areas in the station's lobby and transit officers advised passengers to avoid walking near the pay kiosks.