Burbank stabbing leaves two men in critical condition

Los Angeles Times

Two men are in critical condition after being stabbed multiple times during an argument in Burbank, authorities said.

Burbank police are searching for whoever stabbed them, and detectives are in the neighborhood interviewing witnesses, Police Department spokesman Darin Ryburn said.

Ryburn said the department received a 911 call around 3:50 p.m. Saturday. Police and fire officials found the men sitting in a parked vehicle in the 1000 block of East Angeleno Avenue, bleeding from multiple stab wounds.

They had driven two blocks from the intersection of Sunset Canyon Drive and Orange Grove Boulevard, where police believe the stabbings occured. One of the victims is a resident of the area, and authorities believe the victims were attempting to drive home.

The victims, described as two men in their 20s, were taken to a hospital, where one of the men is undergoing surgery.

Those with information about the case are being asked to call police at (818) 238-3000.


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