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Man appeared in hospital with stab wounds – suspected attempted murder

today at 07.18 Fanny Westling

At 23.11 the police were called to the Sahlgrenska hospital in Gothenburg.

A man with a stab wound had made it there.

The crime is believed to have been committed outdoors at Fredrikskulle, where the police have now blocked off for a technical investigation.

The man’s injuries are not life-threatening.

The incident is classified as attempted murder, but no one is a suspect.

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