Apple Valley Stabbing Leaves Man with Life-Threatening Injuries

Apple Valley Stabbing Leaves Man with Life-Threatening Injuries

APPLE VALLEY – One man sustained life-threatening injuries after being stabbed multiple times on Monday evening. At around 6:20 p.m. a Hispanic male victim walked up to the doorstep of a home on the 13200 block of Osage Road. He knocked on the door and the resident, who also was the reporting party, told dispatchers that the victim told him that he was stabbed three times.

The reporting party, per scanner traffic, said that the victim, who drove himself to the home in a white sedan, had blood coming from his mouth and from under his shirt. Deputies from the Apple Valley Station and the San Bernardino County Fire Department Medics arrived on scene to find the badly injured man.

After evaluating the condition of the patient, an air ambulance was requested with a landing zone of the James A. Woody Community Center. The airship had a 25 minute estimated time of arrival (ETA)  but the patient’s condition took a turn for the worse. Medics rushed the man to St. Mary’s and cancelled the air ambulance when the man went into traumatic full arrest.

Deputies located the crime scene and a possible suspect in the 21900 block of Arapahoe Avenue. It is unclear at this time if the what led up to the stabbing if any arrests have been made or the current condition of the victim.

A 24/7 Headline News reporter contacted the Apple Valley Station spokeswoman for updated information. Information will be updated as it becomes available.

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