Sweden: Bus Driver, Rider Stabbed by Violent 'Youths'

A bus driver and passenger were hospitalized after being attacked and stabbed by a group of 'young people' in Sweden this week, according to reports.

The incident unfolded just before 1 a.m. on Tuesday in the culturally-enriched city of Gothenburg.

At least four 'youths' were riding a bus together when one of them pulled the emergency brake and then ran off during the ensuing chaos, authorities say.

When the driver confronted the remaining suspects, one of them pulled a knife and slashed him.

"A passenger tried to intervene but was then stabbed in the thigh," police wrote in a report.

The trio then fled the scene and have not been located as of the latest available updates.

"No one has been arrested at the moment. Preliminary investigations have been launched for attempted murder (of the driver) and aggravated assault (against the passenger). This means two crimes and two parallel preliminary investigations with different headings," Fria Tider reports.

Both victims were transported to hospital for medical treatment.

Infowars regularly documents attacks carried out on buses and public transportation in Western Europe.

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