Man suffers life-threatening injuries after ex stabs him in Federal Way

Police are continuing to investigate the case as the suspect remains at large.

A man who claims his ex-girlfriend stabbed him in the back was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries on Saturday morning.

At approximately 1:45 a.m. on Oct. 20, police responded to a stabbing in the 28800 block of Pacific Highway S. in Federal Way. Police located the man with a knife sticking out of his back, according to the police report. The man and his ex-girlfriend were involved in an altercation that resulted in the stabbing. Police said the victim was uncooperative with officers when they arrived and he refused to identify the female suspect.

The man was transported to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening injuries, but has since been stabilized and as of Tuesday remained in the ICU, according to Federal Way police.

Police are continuing to investigate the case as the suspect remains at large.

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