Police Track Cell Phone To Locate Stabbing Victim

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Updated: 1/25/2013 7:37 am

State Police tracked a cell phone to locate a stabbing victim in Spencer County.

State Police said Jason Hill, 29, call 911 dispatchers Wednesday, saying he had been stabbed several times but didn’t know where he was.

He was found less than 15 minutes later in the parking lot of a grocery store in Spencer County.

Hill was flown to the hospital where he was treated for non life-threatening injuries, according to police.

Investigators said they are still searching for suspects in the case.

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bobboclock - 1/25/2013 8:22 AM
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Hill was flown to the hospital where he was treated for non life-threatening injuries. Wouldn't it be hard to treat him at a hospital where he wasn't flown to?
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