CLAREMONT, Calif. (KABC) -- A 55-year-old stabbing victim managed to drive himself to a Norms restaurant in Claremont, where he was able to alert authorities.
Authorities say the man was stabbed somewhere in Pomona. He drove to the restaurant in the 800 block of South Indian Hills Boulevard and called 911, Pomona police said.
The man was airlifted to a local trauma center. His condition was unknown.
Claremont police was also investigating several reports of shots fired near Wheeler Park Wednesday night. It's unclear if the incidents are related.
Stabbing victim calls 911 from Claremont Norms, airlifted to trauma center
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