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Sunday, Dec 05, 2021

Driver stabbed after quarrel over road use

A man was stabbed in his right hand after an argument with three others over road usage in Sham Tseng.
At around 6am Tuesday, the 36-year-old man surnamed Fung was driving back to his home at Yuen Tun Village when he ran into two men and a woman at the entrance of the village.

They argued over road usage, and Fung was criticized by the others for his bad attitude. When Fung managed to park his car, a man who argued with him used a 24-centimeter knife to stab his right hand.

Fung returned home with the injury. His 31-year-old wife reported to police.

Officers arrived in the village but did not find the suspects.
The injured was sent to Yan Chai Hospital for treatment.
Tsuen Wan anti-triad police are investigating. No one was arrested so far.

They are hunting down a Chinese man aged between 20 and 30 who is thin and about 1.7 meters tall.

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