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Two men stabbed in Whalley

Two men were taken to hospital with stab wounds Wednesday afternoon after what seems to be a fight at a home known to police.

Surrey RCMP say they were called to a residence near 104 Avenue and 138A Street on reports of a fight.

When they arrived, they found two men suffering from stab wounds. The home, and both the men, are known to police.

The two injured men were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Another man, who was in shock, was also taken to hospital.

Police have spoken with several witnesses, and are attempting to determine if the two stabbed each other, or whether there was another person involved.

The investigation continues.

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