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Stittsville stabbing sends two people to hospital

Ottawa police guard the parking lot of Trustee M. Curry Park on Hartsmere Drive in Stittsville. Paramedics say two people were transported to hospital with stab wounds following a Thursday evening stabbing. (Aaron Reid/CTV News Ottawa) Ottawa police guard the parking lot of Trustee M. Curry Park on Hartsmere Drive in Stittsville. Paramedics say two people were transported to hospital with stab wounds following a Thursday evening stabbing. (Aaron Reid/CTV News Ottawa)
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Ottawa police are investigating after two people suffered stab wounds during a suspected robbery in Stittsville.

Emergency crews responded to a call for a stabbing on Hartsmere Drive, off Stittsville Main Street, at approximately 7:45 p.m. Thursday.  Late Thursday evening, two police cruisers guarded the parking lot of the Trustee M. Curry Park, and yellow police tape was hanging in the parking lot.

Ottawa paramedics treated two adults for stab wounds at the scene. Paramedics told CTV News Ottawa one person was transported to hospital in critical condition, while the second person is listed in serious but stable condition.

In an update on Friday, police told CTV News Ottawa no arrests have been made, and the incident is still under investigation.

"It is now considered an ongoing robbery investigation, with non-life-threatening injuries," police said in a statement.

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