State Police seek two suspects in road rage stabbing incident

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A Lancaster County man is stabbed in an apparent road rage incident. Pennsylvania State Police say it happened at about 4 o’clock Wednesday afternoon in the vicinity of Route 741 in Paradise Township.

State Police say the victim, a 44 Paradise man in a minivan got into a dispute with two men in a red sedan with Texas Registration at Route 41 and Bridge Street. Words and gestures were exchanged as the vehicles proceeded westbound for several miles on Route 741.  The two vehicles then pulled to the side of the road where the physical altercation took place.

The victim suffered a stab wound to his neck and side area. The victim did not realize how serious his wounds were until he arrived at his home.  He was taken to Lancaster General Hospital for treatment.  Police are withholding the name of the victim. There is no word on his condition.

State Police are looking for the two men in the red sedan. They are both wanted for Aggravated Assault.