1 Stabbed, 3 Others Injured In Rolling Meadows Fight

UPDATED 08/08/11 1:14 p.m.

ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. (CBS) — One person was stabbed, and three others suffered other injuries, when a fight broke out early Monday in a Rolling Meadows parking lot.

Rolling Meadows police say around 2:15 a.m., a fight broke out in the parking lot of an apartment complex, located in the 2300 block of Algonquin Parkway behind a strip mall.

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Police found a 23-year-old man who had been stabbed and three other men, ranging in age from 24 to 34, who had also been injured in the fight, the Sun-Times MEdia Wire reported. It was not specified how the others were injured.

The injured people were taken to Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights and Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge. The stabbing victim’s condition was initially serious, but upgraded to stable, while the other victims suffered non-life-trheatening injuries, police told the Sun-TImes Media Wire.

The police investigation into the incident continues.

  • Durrr

    Wow, what a story! Someone was stabbed in Rolling Meadows. It is not known who was stabbed or who did the stabbing or why it happened. The victims’ conditions are not known and it is not known if anyone is in custody. Is there anything they do know about this incident?


      1. The Rolling Meadows Police said it happened. 2. It’s a slow news day so far.

  • Mr. Wizard

    The state of good journalism is scarce these days. You have to wonder where they get their editors and writers these days.

  • http://24hournewsline.wordpress.com 24hournewsline

    These kinds of cases are most common now a day, no one is scared of what they are doing, this is the time when administration makes some strict law against these kinds of cases.

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