TULSA, Oklahoma - A man was stabbed and seriously injured during a carjacking in north Tulsa Wednesday night.

Police said a woman was driving in a pickup truck with two male passengers, giving one of the men a ride. According to police, around 9:30 p.m., when they got to an alley near Admiral and Lewis, the two men got into an altercation and one stabbed the other.

The female driver got out of the vehicle unharmed and the stabbing victim walked to a nearby home for help, police said. Meanwhile, the suspect got into the pickup truck and fled.

The 22-year-old victim was transported to an area hospital by EMSA. Police say his condition has worsened since he was transported.

Police said the three people knew each other and were "friends."

Police said the pickup truck was a gray Chevrolet Silverado.