Police: Red Lion woman stabbed after I-83 collision

Dispatch staff
State police are seeking help in identifying the driver of a box truck in connection with a road rage incident Wednesday night along Interstate 83 in which a Red Lion woman was stabbed multiple times.

A Red Lion woman was stabbed multiple times by another woman after a minor crash on Interstate 83, state police said. 

Police are still seeking help to identify the driver of a box truck in connection with a road rage incident. Troopers released a blurry photo of the box truck and said the driver might have been a witness to the incident, according to a news release. 

Before the assault, which occurred about 11:45 p.m. Sept. 2, the suspect and victim were involved in a minor accident near Exit 22 (North George Street) on I-83 north, according to a news release issued Thursday.  

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Both vehicles were stopped on the shoulder of the road. When the victim, who has not been identified, walked back to the other vehicle, a woman got out of a vehicle and stabbed her multiple times, troopers said.  

State police said the suspect left the scene on I-83 north, and the victim was taken to a local hospital with injuries that were not life threatening.

The suspect was driving a dark-colored sedan and was described as a woman in her late 20s or early 30s with reddish-brown hair and a slender build. The victim was driving a yellow Jeep Wrangler, state police said.

Anyone who can identify the box truck driver or company logo, or has information on the stabbing, is asked to call state police at the York barracks at 717-428-1011. 

— Ron Musselman can be reached at rmusselman@yorkdispatch.com or via Twitter at @ronmusselman8