BROOKHAVEN, Ga. - Police are investigating a possible stabbing after a man was found injured outside a Brookhaven gas station early Thursday morning.
It happened around 4 a.m. at the Chevron on North Druid Hills. According to Brookhaven police, a man in his 40s was inside a vehicle when he called authorities for help.
Police responded to the man's 911 call and found him in the car, suffering from a "puncture wound."
The man was rushed to Grady Memorial Hospital. No word yet on his condition, but police said they don't believe that his wound is life-threatening.
The clerk at the gas station said he isn't sure if the incident happened on his property.