A 32-YEAR-OLD MOTORIST IS EXPECTED TO SURVIVE A WOUND TO THE ABDOMEN AFTER HE WAS STABBED BY ANOTHER MOTORIST SUNDAY MORNING DURING AN ARGUMENT IN THE CORE-COLUMBIA COMMUNITY OF SAN DIEGO, a police officer said. —
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A 32-year-old motorist is expected to survive a wound to the abdomen after he was stabbed by another motorist Sunday morning during an argument in the Core-Columbia community of San Diego, a police officer said.
The suspect was last seen driving northbound on Ninth Avenue in a gray sedan, said Officer Robert Heims of the San Diego Police Department.
The suspect had been driving northbound on Ninth Avenue, at C Street, with the victim following him at 2:20 a.m., Heims said.
"They both got out of their vehicles and were in a verbal argument," he said. "The suspect stabbed the victim in the abdomen one time."
Paramedics transported the 32-year-old man to an area hospital, he said.
San Diego police asked anyone with information regarding the assault to call Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.