Attacker described as man wearing all purpleKansas City police are investigating after three people were stabbed early Thursday near 38th Street and Broadway. Police officers were called to the area at 5:18 a.m. The victims went to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.
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WEBVTT N KANSAS CITY.MARTIN AUGUSTINE JUST ARRIVED TOTHE SCENE.WHAT ARE YOU LEARNING?MARTIN: YOU SEE A COUPLE OF CARSINVOLVED.THIS MINIVAN RAN A STOP SIGN AT63RD AND WILL RUN AND THIS -- ASA RESULT, THESE TWO CARS WENTSPINNING INTO THE FRONT YARD OFTHIS DUPLEX OVER HERE.YOU CAN SEE THE FRONT DECK OFTHE DUPLEX IS MESSE UP, THECARS WEDGED INTO THERE.THEY DIDN'T GET INTO THEBUILDING.ONE THING POLICE TELL ME IS THEDRIVER OF THE MINIVAN AFTER THECRASH GOT OUT OF THE MINIVAN ANDRAN OFF.THEY DON'T...
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