Cops Find Stabbing Victim on Routine Traffic Stop

Officers said the driver had been stabbed a few blocks away at San Jacinto Drive and Imperial Avenue

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    When San Diego police pulled over a car for a traffic violation, officers discovered the driver was bleeding from a serious stab wound.

    Police pulled over the car on Euclid Avenue in Lincoln Park around 10:30 p.m. Monday.

    The 26-year old man behind the wheel got out of the car and dropped to the ground saying he had been stabbed.

    The man had a stabbed wound on his left side and a cut on his neck officers said.

    They believe the stabbing happened at the intersection of San Jacinto Drive and Imperial Avenue, a few blocks away.

    The man was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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