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Two stabbings in two days in Langley

 

A 30-year-old Langley man is in serious condition in hospital after being stabbed in the stomach in Langley City on Saturday night.

According to the Langley RCMP, the victim, who is known to police, met someone around 10 p.m. and got into that person's vehicle in the 20600 block of Eastleigh Crescent.

A confrontation took place inside the vehicle and the man was stabbed once, said police.

The driver of the car then took off.

The victim was airlifted to hospital where he remains in serious but stable condition.

No suspect description is available, so far. It also isn't known what the confrontation was about.

This is the second stabbing in a few days in Langley.

An man was stabbed in a fight at the Aldergrove Mobile Home Park early Friday morning.

Around 1:40 a.m., Langley RCMP responded to a call from BC Ambulance Service regarding a stabbing at a trailer in the 26800 block of Fraser Highway.

Police learned the dispute involved two men, one of whom had apparently stabbed the other.

The second male was arrested. He was treated for minor wounds and remains in police custody. A female was also arrested and interviewed.

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