BOSTON (CBS) — A man was seriously hurt in a stabbing in Dorchester Monday morning. Police responded to Blue Hill Avenue and Columbia Road around 10:15 a.m.

The man was rushed to a nearby hospital. The condition of his injuries was initially reported as life-threatening but that was later upgraded to non-life-threatening.

Meanwhile, police blocked off part of the intersection with crime scene tape. The road, which is across from Franklin Park Zoo, has since reopened.

Boston police said a man was stabbed on Blue Hill Avenue near Columbia Road Monday morning (WBZ-TV)

Police said no arrests have been made at this time and no other information is available.

One nearby business owner told WBZ-TV he saw police pick up what looked like a large knife from the street.

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  1. Jordan Lewis Ring says:

    AS A KID THE SAFEST PLACE WAS COLUMBIA RD/BLUE HILL AT THE BIKE SHOP….NEVER I MEAN NEVER ONE ACT OF VIOLENCE IN 20 YEARS….FROM GUNS TO KNIVES….A BLACK GHETTO WHERE LIFE IS RAISED IN TOXIC HOMES AND TERROR STREETS….JUST THE BEGINNING…UNTIL LAW AND ORDER RETURNS!