Teenage stabbing victim arrives at Pasadena hospital

PASADENA — A teenage boy showed up at a Pasadena hospital with a stab wound to the back of his neck late Friday, police said.
The victim, a 17-year-old Pasadena boy, arrived at Huntington Hospital shortly before midnight, Pasadena police Lt. John Luna said.
“We received a call from a local hospital, who notified us that an intoxicated man had walked in with a laceration to back of his neck,” Luna said.
The wound was described as, “moderately serious, but not life-threatening,” the lieutenant said.
Little was known about how the teen ended up injured.
The exact location of the stabbing had no been determined, however it was believed to have taken place in the vicinity of Orange Grove Boulevard and Garfield Avenue, Luna said.

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