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Stabbing At An Airway Heights Home Leaves One Man In Hospital With Multiple Stab Wounds

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Airway Heights, Wash. - A stabbing at an Airway Heights home has left one man in the hospital with multiple wounds in what police believe was a domestic violence situation.

Around 4:15 Monday morning police responded to a home at 10100 W. 10th in Airway Heights and found one male victim in "very bad shape" after being stabbed several times.

He was transported to the hospital and is currently in stable condition. He is talking and cooperating with investigators at this time.

Multiple people were at the home during the attack including several adults and a few teenage children.

Detectives are interviewing those people to try and figure out what happened. No arrests have been made at this time and there is no one outstanding.

 

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