One dead after violent long weekend in Calgary

CALGARY – At least one person has died in a series of throughout Calgary this long weekend.

Officers were called to five different stabbings between and , one of which ended in tragedy.

The first incident was on Friday night in the southwest community of Woodlands.

EMS were called to the 200 block of Woodvale Bay just before 11 p.m., where they discovered a 37-year-old with stab wounds.

He was rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

So far, police have no suspects in custody.

Police are also investigating what could be the city’s latest murder, after a man with knife wounds stumbled into a on .

The man, believed to be in his 40s, collapsed after entering the restaurant in the 3900 block of S.E. around 10:30 p.m.

He was rushed to hospital in , but later succumbed to his injuries.

Meanwhile, police are trying to piece together two stabbings in the community of Abblydale, which they say appear to be related.

Police rushed to Abadan Place N.E. around 8 p.m. on Saturday, after fight broke out between two households.

A woman with stab wounds later arrived at the Peter Lougheed Centre, and a second victim was found by police at the scene of the fight.

Officials say their injuries weren’t serious, and both victims were listed in stable non life-threatening condition.

However, police were again called to Abadan Place N.E. on Sunday night after a man was stabbed in the .

A woman also suffered to her hands.

Police say the two incidents are related.

Lastly, officers are also investigating after a woman was stabbed in the face in Acadia on Monday.

Police arrived on scene at 86th Avenue S.E. and Drive S.E. around 8 a.m.

The woman was rushed to hospital in stable condition, while a man who had been stabbed in the chest was transported in critical condition.

Both are recovering, and police say charges are pending against a third person.

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