LOGAN HEIGHTS (CNS) - A 20-year-old man was recovering Sunday from a neck wound he suffered in an attack by two suspected gang members, a San Diego police officer said.
The victim was walking westbound on the 2900 block of Clay Avenue at about 5 p.m. Saturday when two men drove up in a gray Ford F-150 pick-up truck and issued a gang challenge, said Officer David Stafford.
One suspect got out of the truck and slashed the victim's neck with a sharp object, Stafford said. The victim was taken to a local hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
The suspects fled the scene in a truck heading northbound toward Imperial Avenue, he said. No other suspect information was immediately available.
The Gang Unit was investigating the attack.
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