Teen arrested in connection with Dorchester stabbing
DORCHESTER, Mass. (WHDH) -- A woman pushing a baby in a stroller was stabbed in Dorchester on Monday.
The owner of a Savin Hill ice cream shop said a woman with multiple stab wounds, with a baby in a stroller, collapsed in front of his store. The store owner immediately called 911.
"It's pretty shocking, yeah. I've never heard of anything like that happening before,” said Eric Lundquist, store owner.
Police said the stabbing occurred on Midland Street in Dorchester, just around the corner from the ice cream shop. But the somehow made it to the front of this store before falling to the ground from her stab wounds.
Emergency workers rushed her to Boston Medical Center. She is expected to survive.
"I'm pretty surprised just because this community is a community-like neighborhood. It's a different part of Dorchester. It's something that you don't expect,” said a neighbor.
Samia Jones, 17, was arrested late Monday night in connection with the stabbing.