Teen stabbed at downtown McDonald's overnight

A 17-year-old boy was stabbed, and several other youths were arrested, after a late-night brawl at the 24-hour McDonald's restaurant on the corner of Ste. Catheroine and Mackay early Friday morning.

The victim was not seriously hurt — he managed to run half a block down Ste. Catherine street to a police station, and officers were quickly dispatched.

Two men in their 20s, and two women aged 18 and 19, were arrested.

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