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Man had knife in his back all night: Wakes in pain with no idea he's stabbed

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A man awoke after a good night’s sleep and felt pain in his back. Not knowing why he was hurting he asked his brother to take a look at his back. According to ABC News on Dec. 9, his brother informed him he had a knife protruding out of his back.

The man was admitted into the hospital for the stabbing after doctors removed the knife from his back. He had no idea how that object ended up sticking out of his back he told police. He remembers sleeping then waking up in pain. He had been sleeping close to 10 hours with the knife protruding from his back. It's a good thing he didn't toss and turn too much!

Apparently the man over indulged in alcohol the night before and a fist fight ensued between him and an unknown person. More than likely he was stabbed during this altercation, but doesn’t remember.

This is about all that the police could get out of this man. He was uncooperative with the Trenton, New Jersey police detectives who were called in by the hospital because there was a stabbing. The man just wouldn’t give the cops anything to go on, just that he can’t remember.

He is due to be released from the hospital early this week, so detectives may try again to get some answers from the man who didn’t know he was stabbed.



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