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Man critical after he's stabbed at homeless shelter

Suspect taken into custody

A Boston police officer who was working at St. Francis House at 39 Boylston St. in downtown Boston subdued a man who had stabbed another man at the homeless shelter, its director said. A Boston police officer who was working at St. Francis House at 39 Boylston St. in downtown Boston subdued a man who had stabbed another man at the homeless shelter, its director said. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By David Abel and Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / May 29, 2009

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An apparent homeless man was in critical condition in a local hospital last night after he was stabbed multiple times in the lobby of a downtown shelter, not long after he had just eaten a complimentary lunch, according to police and witnesses. (Full article: 287 words)

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