A triple stabbing near the set of the upcoming Sandra Bullock movie The Heat turned deadly Tuesday in Boston, with one man killed and two others injured in the fight at the Social Security office in Dudley Square.
The deadly fight in Boston near where Sandra Bullock was filming The Heat started in the Social Security Administration building at 10 Malcolm X. Blvd. in Boston and spilled out into the parking lot, the Boston Herald reported.
A quick-thinking detail officer on the set of the Sandra Bullock film was credited with arresting a suspect believed to be responsible for the stabbings, the Boston Police Department said in a statement.
One man died in the triple stabbing and two others were wounded with injuries that are not expected to be life-threatening, Boston.com reported.
Names of the men involved in the knife fight were not released by police, although authorities said the stabbing victims ranged in age from 17 to 21.
Police gave chase, an officer on Sandra bullock [sic] movie detail at Shawmut and Washington also joined in the chase, and the suspect was captured, the Boston Police Department said in a statement, which credited the quick-thinking detail officer on the film's set with arresting the triple stabbing suspect.
It's unclear what sparked the fight or if any of the men involved were employees of the Social Security office.
Boston residents who were watching the filming of The Heat recalled officers rushing to the scene of the triple stabbing.
I saw the cops running, and I took off after them. I saw a kid running down Shawmut Ave., and all the cops were pursuing him. I think he threw something in the woods, and now the cops have the park all blocked off, said Bradley Fuller, a resident of Boston's Roxbury neighborhood. Fuller was referring to Edward O. Gourdin Park, according to the Boston Herald.
Fuller then got on his bicycle and rode to the Social Security office parking lot and said he saw the victim being attended to by EMS personnel.
They were pumping his chest. It looked like he was only about 14 years old. It's so sad, he's just a baby, the Boston man said.
A 51-year-old Boston man who only wanted to be identified as Mr. C told Boston.com that he also saw officers rushing to the scene of the triple stabbing, saying he saw cops scatter everywhere.
Their radios went haywire, I guess, the man said.
An FBI agent teams up with a Boston police officer to take down a Russian mobster, is how the film's plot is described on IMDB.
Howard Koplowitz reports on crime and breaking news events for International Business Times. Howard formerly worked on IBT's continuous news desk, where he covered trending...