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    2 killed, 3 hurt in Huntington Beach attack; 1 in custody
    • July 5, 2024

    A stabbing in Huntington Beach left two people dead and three others injured with non-life threatening wounds, with one person in custody, authorities said.

    The attack was reported about 11:15 p.m. Thursday, July 4, near 16th Street and Pecan Avenue, according to Huntington Beach police.

    It is a neighborhood of multi-family buildings.

    “Upon arrival, officers located several victims with significant injuries,” police said.

    “The investigation is still ongoing and more information will be provided as we are able to,” police said.

    Authorities told Fox11, the victims had been stabbed. It was unclear if the person who was in custody was one of the injured.

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