Former Tsawwassen resident and beauty queen stabbed in Philippines

Karla Paula Henry reported in stable condition following attack

Karla Paul Henry

Former Tsawwassen resident and beauty queen Karla Paula Henry was stabbed in her condominium near Manila, Filipino media reports.

The 25-year-old, who was crowned Miss Earth 2008, was attacked at her Mandaluyong City condo Thursday morning, according to the Philippine Star.

Henry’s pageant mentor said she had just parked her car and was alone when a man stabbed her with a broken beer bottle.

Henry was rushed to the hospital. Her mentor said her lungs were slightly punctured but her condition is described as stable.

Henry was born in the Philippines and moved to Tsawwassen with her family when she was four. They moved back to Cebu province in the Philippines when Henry was 14.

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