Police are investigating two separate stabbings in Calgary on Wednesday.
A man was taken to hospital in life-threatening condition around 7 p.m. Wednesday evening after EMS found him bleeding in a Sunalta home.
Police say he wasn't stabbed at the home, in the 1600-block of 12th Avenue S.W.
Last year, there was an assault that left a man in life-threatening condition at a house in the same block, which has four subsidized boarding houses for people with addictions.
Just a few hours earlier, a woman was dropped off at the Peter Lougheed Centre with multiple stab wounds.
Police say the vehicle that drove her there left the hospital just after 3 p.m., but officers were able to locate it at the Chuck E. Cheese's near Sunridge Mall based on a description provided by hospital security.
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The two male occupants are being interviewed to determine whether they were involved in the stabbing.
The woman's injuries are serious, but she is in non-life threatening condition.