CANARYVILLE — Chicago Police are questioning four people — two men and two women — in their investigation of a stabbing of a brother and sister at Taylor-Lauridsen Park.
No charges have been filed, according to Officer Janel Sedevic, a Police Department spokeswoman, and police would not release any other details of the investigation.
The stabbing happened about 3 a.m. Saturday, when a group of people — all white — confronted Kristina Fox and her 25-year-old brother near the park, according to a post Wednesday on Fox's Facebook page.
“They were throwing glass bottles, crutches, bricks and anything else they could find at us,” Fox wrote on Facebook. “As we continued to fight through this crowd of assailants to get away, more Caucasians came from out of nowhere and joined in brutally attacking us delivering closed-fist blows and kicks to our bodies and head. We began the fight of our lives.”
Fox, who said the attack was racially motivated, suffered at least eight stab wounds and broken bones around her eye, according to ABC7. The attackers also stabbed her brother, who suffered a punctured lung.
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