PITTSBURG (CBS SF) — BART police are investigating a stabbing at the Pittsburg Bay Point station Sunday that briefly halted service in the area, according to BART police.

Reports that a man had been stabbed at the station first came in at 4:32 p.m., according to Lt. Steve Coontz.

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The stabbing stemmed from an altercation between two men, Coontz said.

Coontz said the victim sustained stab wounds that are not considered life threatening.

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Although the investigation stopped train service briefly, the station remained open throughout the day.

According to Coontz, the incident remains under investigation.

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