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NYPD: Man in critical condition after being stabbed in Elmhurst last night

Oct. 10, 2017 By Tara Law

A man was stabbed in the chest in Elmhurst last night and then walked half a mile to Elmhurst hospital Monday night, police said.

The victim, 35, was attacked on MacNish Street near Elmhurst Avenue about 9 p.m., according to the NYPD. The man then managed to walk to Elmhurst Hospital where he was rushing into surgery.

Police say that he is in critical condition and has yet to be interviewed about the attack.

No arrests have been made.

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Macnish St

Terrible reporting. Did you forget to mention that there was another victim shortly after this stabbing, who was slashed in the neck? He was interviewed by Pix11. The danger is much greater than this.

Richie V

Elmhurst saves another Life

Meanwhile, allllllll the EHC haters
continue to bash this vital facility

EHC…. heroes 24×7

Richie V


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