Laurel County Sheriff's Deputies Looking For Man In Connection To Stabbing

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Updated: 9/03/2012 7:36 pm
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office said investigators are looking for a man who reportedly left the scene of a stabbing Saturday night on Fariston Road, two miles south of London.

Investigators said Christopher Lewis, 31, of London, suffered a serious stab wound under his armpit.  He was airlifted from the scene to U.K. Hospital in Lexington.

Investigators said it is believed that an argument occurred between Lewis and another man, which later resulted in an altercation and stabbing.
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