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Man Stabbed By Woman Who Lives With Him

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Medics rush a man to the hospital after he's stabbed by the woman he shares an apartment with.

It happened early Tuesday near 6400 S. Newport Avenue in south Tulsa. Police said the two were arguing about how many guests each could have in their home. The shouting escalated until he threw her out, but she got back in by kicking down the front door.

She allegedly grabbed a knife and stabbed the man in his stomach. Police said she ran from the scene and at last check, she was still missing.

The man was talking to officers when he left the scene, and police said he should recover from his injuries.


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