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Man stumbles into McDonald's with a knife in his back

Published On: Aug 06 2014 08:10:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Jun 25 2014 09:33:55 AM CDT
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A man stumbled into a McDonald's with a kitchen knife sticking out of his back.

Customers at the local McDonald's in Queens, New York said the man was on the phone when he walked into the restaurant. One witness said it sounded like he was talking to a loved one, telling them it might be the last time he speaks to them, reports CBS New York.

Investigators said witnesses saw several men fighting on the street corner minutes before the injured man came into the restaurant.

The man was aided by several customers, who stayed with him until emergency responders arrived to take him to the hospital.

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