Two people have died under suspicious circumstances in Hudson, the Middlesex district attorney's office said this morning.
Hudson Police and the district attorney's office are investigating the deaths at 200 Manning St., said spokeswoman Cara O'Brien.
No further details were immediately available, she said. Hudson Police referred comments to the district attorney's office.
Around 3:45 a.m. today, Hudson Police called the district attorney's office and a State Police forensic team to the scene, State Police spokesman Lt. David Wilson said.
Yellow crime scene tape closed off the entrances of the three-story brick building this afternoon in the Emerson Gardens complex, across from the John F. Kennedy Middle School, while reporters and TV cameramen waited for more details. A State Police Crime Scene Services trailer was parked nearby.
Building manager Jason Rickman said he was summoned to the complex by police at about 4 a.m. He said when he arrived, he saw a wounded man.
"There was an individual outside the rear of the building who quite obviously was stabbed in the stomach area. He was at that point talking," said Rickman.
Authorities rushed the man, who appeared to be middle-aged, to the hospital, he said. It wasn't clear if the man later died or was a third person involved in the incident.
Rickman said police had told him there had been some kind of incident involving a boyfriend and girlfriend.
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