UPDATE:  8:05 a.m. EDT — Pictures of 18-year-old Nia Wilson who was allegedly killed in the Oakland BART shooting were shared on twitter by Tariq Nasheed, an author, actor, and media personality. He said it was a random ambush attack by a suspected white supremacist. The station has reopened as per latest updates on Twitter. The suspect is still at large.

Original Story:

A women was killed and another injured by a man in a double stabbing at the MacArthur BART station in California Sunday night.

Further information on the two victims was not provided at the time. An 18-year-old female was confirmed dead in a random stabbing at the MacArthur Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, while her 20-year-old sister, who was injured, was taken to the Highland Hospital in Oakland, a reporter at KTVU FOX 2 tweeted. He added that BART police were on the lookout for a suspect who was described as a white blond-haired male, 5 feet 9 inches tall with spiked hair on the side.

BART board representative Bevan Dufty posted on Twitter that one of the victims was dead and the other was taken to the hospital in a stable condition.

BART police officers responded to the alert from the San Francisco-bound platform that came around 9.49 p.m. local time (12.49 a.m. EDT). Officers responded and found two victims, BART spokesman Jim Allison said to the East Bay Times.

Some said on twitter that the victim was black, but no confirmation of the same was given by officials. 

While investigators explore the scene the station will remain closed overnight, he added.

No estimated time for reopening of the station, which is a major BART transfer point, was provided at the time.

A BART police watch commander told East Bay Times that Oakland firefighters, Oakland and California Highway Patrol officers and Alameda County Sheriff’s Office deputies also responded to the alert.

Riders who were stranded by the closing of the station will receive mutual-aid by AC Transit. Bus 51A from 19th Street and Broadway and bus 18, from Shattuck to MacArthur, will be available, NBC reported.

This is a developing story