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Man taken by helicopter to hospital after Dunedin stabbing

DUNEDIN — A man was taken by helicopter to a local hospital Wednesday night after he was stabbed at a Dunedin home, authorities said.

The man, whose name authorities did not release, was stabbed during what officials said was a domestic incident at 1645 St. Catherine Drive.

Deputies arrived at the home about 8 p.m. The man's injuries were not considered life threatening, officials said.

An investigation was ongoing late Wednesday. No arrests had been made.

Man taken by helicopter to hospital after Dunedin stabbing 03/06/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 6, 2013 10:18pm]
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