The victim of an unprovoked stabbing on a Toronto streetcar Tuesday afternoon has life-altering injuries, police say.
Toronto police also announced Wednesday that the suspect faces a number of charges, including attempted murder.
Police said the stabbing happened around 2 p.m. onboard a TTC streetcar that was heading southbound on Spadina Avenue, at Sussex Avenue.
A 23-year-old woman was on the streetcar when a woman who she didn’t know approached her and stabbed her “numerous times,” police said.
A police spokesperson confirmed the attack was unprovoked.
Duty Insp. Lori Kranenburg previously said the victim was found suffering from stab wounds to her head and face.