Man stabbed in apparent road rage incident in Boston
According to news outlets, witnesses to a stabbing Wednesday afternoon in Boston claimed the assailant stabbed the victim in a fit of road rage.
The Law enforcement responded to 988 Dorchester Ave. around 5:05 p.m. to a report of a person stabbed, said Officer Shandra Pinto, a spokesperson for the Boston Police Department.
The man was taken to a near hospital with injuries that did not appear life-threatening, Pinto told MassLive.
WHDH reported the victim was at the wheel of his car at the intersection of Dorchester Avenue and Sudan Street when, witnesses supposed, the driver in the vehicle behind him started to honk his horn.
persons who claimed they saw the incident unfold told the news outlet that at the traffic light, the honking driver got out of his car, stabbed the victim, and then ran away.
According to the WHDH, the witnesses said they also observed the passenger in the suspect’s car get in the driver’s seat and speed away.
The investigation remains ongoing.