Four Flown To Local Hospital After Late-Night Stabbing

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HAMILTON (March 4, 2013)—Four people were flown Saturday night from Hamilton General Hospital to Scott & White Hospital, in Temple, after all were injured in a stabbing incident.

Hamilton County Sheriff Gregg Bewley said officers were sent at about 10:30 p.m. to a residence just outside the city at 421 S. U.S. Highway 281 after a caller reported a stabbing.

Two injured people were taken from the residence by ambulance to Hamilton General Hospital and a third was taken from another residence, Bewley said.

A fourth person went to Hamilton General by private vehicle.

Because of the nature of their injuries, all four then were flown to Scott and White and according to a news release from Bewley, all remained at Scott & White on Monday.

Hamilton County Sheriff’s deputies and Texas Rangers are investigating the incident, Bewley said.

No arrests have been made.