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Man Airlifted After Jersey Shore Stabbing

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Seaside Heights police Photo Credit: Facebook/ Seaside Heights PD

A 36-year-old man was critically hurt in a stabbing early Thursday, authorities said.

The man was found by Seaside Heights police about 3 a.m. in the 100 block of J Street, according to initial reports. 

The victim was suffering from multiple stab wounds in his stomach and had to be intubated, an unconfirmed report said.

A medevac crew took the man to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune.

The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office and Sheriff's Department CSI was notified.

About the same time, a woman entered Seaside Heights Police Headquarters with a severe cut. Police were trying to determine if the injuries were related. 

The investigation remains active and ongoing. 

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