At a Philly transit hub, a stabbing highlights the dangers faced by city homeless

August 10, 2018

Rohman Griffin, 39, and Lisa Velasquez, 38, talk about how people are homeless seek shelter in SEPTA stations.

By Staff

This week, for the second time in a year, a person in a Philadelphia transit station after hours died an unnatural death.

A man in his 30s, possibly homeless, was fatally stabbed in Jefferson Station Thursday before dawn. In November, a teenage runaway was burned to death, likely by electrocution, in the middle of the night while on the top of a train at the same station.

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