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Knife Fight Sends Two Women to the Hospital

LAWTON, Okla._

Lawton police are investigating a knife fight that sent two young women to the hospital Thursday evening.  

Police were called to Southwest 28th and H Avenue just before 6 p.m. There police found two women bleeding from several wounds.

Police said one woman suffered several cuts to her arm. The other woman was stabbed several times and may have a punctured lung.

Thursday night police were still trying to determine who was the aggressor and what started the fight.

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