Brookelyn hospital says patient remains in stable condition after stabbing

UPDATE: 11:05 p.m.

| Brookelyn Hospital in Brooklyn says a patient has been released from the hospital and is in stable and stable condition.

The hospital says she suffered stab wounds and is expected to survive.

The New York Daily News says the victim was taken to a hospital in Brooklyn for treatment.

A spokesperson for the hospital said the stabbing victim was not a patient.

Brooklyn police say the suspect was arrested on the hospital grounds and the hospital is working with police to determine whether additional charges will be filed.

A video of the incident shows the suspect pulling out a knife and stabbing the victim in the back, and police say a second suspect ran away after the stabbing.

The Brooklyn Bridge is closed for several hours while police investigate.

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“The patient is being treated and is stable and is cooperating with law enforcement at this time,” Brookelyn’s spokesperson said.

Police are searching for two suspects, who have been described as white men in their 20s, around 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing around 150 pounds.

New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo tweeted that the hospital was being used as a crime scene and that the public was urged to avoid the area.