Pa. police investigating road rage stabbing

GAP, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania State Police have interviewed two Texas men about a road rage incident that ended with the stabbing of a Lancaster County man.

Trooper Gerard Sauers said the men were interviewed Thursday but no criminal charges have been filed and an investigation continues.

A 44-year-old Paradise man told troopers he got into an altercation Wednesday afternoon with two men who cut him off while driving on Route 41 in Gap.

Police said the local man followed the Texans for several miles, until both vehicles stopped and the men got out and fought.

Sauers said the Pennsylvania man didn’t know until getting home that he’d been stabbed in the neck and side. He went to a hospital for treatment.

The names of the three men haven’t been released.

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