WORCESTER, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) – Police in Worcester are investigating an alleged road rage incident that landed one driver in the hospital with stab wounds.
According to police, the 18-year-old male said he was involved in a road rage incident in the area of Kelly Square early Saturday morning.
The victim was allegedly driving with two of his friends when he encountered another car, described as a black Chevrolet Impala. The Chevrolet was allegedly following the victim's car while yelling and throwing bottles at them. As the victim's car turned down a side road off of Vernon Street, the Chevrolet cut the victim's car off, forcing them to stop.
Two men got out of the Chevrolet and approached the victim's car, stabbing the man in the abdomen and on the ankle, police said.
The victim, who was the only one injured, then drove himself to the police station where he was transported to the UMass Memorial Medical Center emergency room. He was treated and released later on in the morning.
An investigation into the incident is ongoing.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Worcester Police Department at 508-799-8651.
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