CHULA VISTA, Calif. - Two men were hospitalized Monday morning following a possible gang-related brawl outside a fast food restaurant in Chula Vista, police said.
Six to seven males fought outside the Rally's at 1004 Third Ave. around 1:30 a.m., according to Chula Vista police Lt. Don Redmond.
Upon arrival, officers found two victims at the scene, including a man who suffered multiple stab wounds, he said, adding the wounds were "serious."
Paramedics took both victims to UCSD Medical Center. Redmond said that the second victim suffered head injuries but that his injuries were not as serious as the first victim's.
Police were looking for three suspects who fled the scene in a black Ford Expedition.
The incident may be gang-related, according to the lieutenant.