- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 20, 2016

PHOENIX (AP) - The Latest on stabbings near a Phoenix light rail station (all times local):

8 a.m.

A Phoenix light rail station has reopened after being closed much of Wednesday morning following the stabbings of two men nearby.

Phoenix police say one man was fatally wounded and a second critically wounded when stabbed during an argument involving several people in a dirt lot near the station at 19th Avenue and Camelback Road.

One man died at the scene while a critically injured 22-year-old man was able to make it to the rail tracks at the station, while others ran off.

Police say one person has been detained and is being questioned by police.

Valley Metro used buses to transport passengers between stations during the closure.

6:05 a.m.

Phoenix police say one man is dead and another injured from stabbings that resulted in a nearby light rail station being closed during the Wednesday morning commute.

Police say the stabbings occurred during an early morning argument involving several people in a dirt lot near the station at 19th Avenue and Camelback Road.

One man died at the scene while a critically injured 22-year-old man was able to make it to the rail tracks at the station, while others ran off.

Police say one person has been detained and is being questioned by police.

Valley Metro is busing passengers from stations on either side of the closed segment.

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