Man stabbed in North Surrey RV Park

Police believe a squatter is responsible for stabbing a man in the upper chest.

A man is in hospital after being stabbed in the chest in a Fleetwood RV park.

The manager of the park in the Tynehead RV Camp at 16275 102 Ave., confronted some people who were squatting in an abandoned trailer.

One of the residents of the park saw the manager attending and came to help.

At one point, police believe one of the squatters pulled a knife and stabbed the man who came to help. The man suffered a serious wound to the chest and was taken to hospital, but is expected to survive.

Police say if the knife wound was a couple of centimetres one way or the other, it could have been fatal.

A man has been taken into custody and as of Monday at noon, had not yet been charged.

 

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