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Injured Man Seeks Help at Tulsa Fire Station

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EMSA responds to the stabbing victim Thursday afternoon. EMSA responds to the stabbing victim Thursday afternoon.
The man showed up at this west Tulsa fire station screaming for help. The man showed up at this west Tulsa fire station screaming for help.

Emory Bryan, News on 6

TULSA, Oklahoma -- A man who says he had been stabbed showed up at a West Tulsa fire station screaming for help.

He was transported by EMSA at 3:15 p.m. from Fire Station No. 26, 2400 W 51st St.

Captain Danny Kaiser of the Tulsa Fire Department said the victim was in his mid 30's and told firefighters he had been stabbed with a long knife. Firefighters say he told them he had been stabbed nearby. Kaiser said the victim was put on a backboard and given IV fluids before transport.

Other firefighters who helped treat the victim say he had lost a substantial amount of blood, and they believed he was dropped off at the station by someone who then left.

Tulsa Police are investigating. 

EMSA confirms that the victim is a 32-year-old man who was taken to a local hospital in serious condition.

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