UPDATE: Toronto man charged in triple stabbing near Mattamy Athletic Centre

A man has been charged after three people were injured following a stabbing in front of the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) Sunday morning near Church and Carlton Streets.Police say the suspect was arrested at College and Yonge Streets Sunday, after a man began attacking people in the street at around 8:30 a.m.One woman in her 20s suffered a stab wound to her torso, a man in his 20s also suffered a stab wound to his torso, while another man in his 40s suffered a stab wound to his back.

Police say they are not life-threatening injuries.The suspect allegedly attempted to attack a fourth person but the victim escaped without serious injury.

The victims entered the Mattamy Athletic Centre lobby after the stabbings occurred Sunday morning. (Jordan Sprague/ Ryersonian Staff)

The victims entered the Mattamy Athletic Centre lobby after the stabbings occurred Sunday morning. (Jordan Sprague/ Ryersonian Staff)

Det. Phil Hibbeln told CP24 that the attacks appeared to be random.

The intersection is open to traffic, after being closed for police investigation.

Police cannot confirm whether any of the victims are Ryerson students.

They say the victims entered the Mattamy Athletic Centre after the stabbings occurred on the street.

An investigative team is reviewing security footage.

Shawn O’Neill, 62,  is facing multiple charges, according to the Canadian Press.

He has been charged with four counts of aggravated assault, six counts of possessing dangerous weapons, six counts of assault with a weapon and four counts of attempted murder.

With files from Jordan Sprague. 

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