Man found stabbed on the street in Oslo

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Man found stabbed on the street in Oslo

A man was found with knife wounds to his stomach on Trondheimsveien in Oslo on Saturday morning.


The police reported at 07.25 on Saturday morning that the man had been taken to hospital after being found stabbed on the street.

‘The man was found on the street by a witness. He bled from his stomach,’ said operations manager, Vidar Pedersen, of Oslo police district to VG newspaper.

The first report of the incident arrived with the police at 06.35.

The operations manager said the police are working to find the scene where the incident took place,and are trying to find possible witnesses.

Nobody suspected after knife stabbing in Oslo

A man in his twenties is seriously injured after he was found with knife wounds to the stomach in Oslo on Saturday morning. Nobody are apprehended in the case.

A taxi driver took care of the man, who is in his early twenties when he was stopped at 6.30 am on Saturday. It turned out that the man was stabbed in the stomach.

-The taxi driver brought him to the nearby emergency room. From there, the injured person was quickly dispatched to hospital with ambulance, Head of Opperations in the Oslo Police District, Tor Grøttum, informed NTB shortly after the police announced the incident on Twitter.

The event occurred in the Grünerløkka District in the vicinity of Trondheimsveien and Heimdalsgata. The police cordoned of an area that included parts of the former Schous brewery and believe the knife stabbing occurred outdoors in that parycular area.

– The victim will survive but is severely injured, police attorney, Ida Fengsrud, tells NTB on Saturday.

She informs that the police have are not looking for any specific suspect at present.

– We check out video surveillance from the area, and we want to talk to the victim asap , but we have not yet had the opportunity to do so, says Fengsrud.

Apart from the taxi driver, the police have come into contact with two people who may have witnessed the incident.


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