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Second 'Road Rage' Incident As Man Stabbed In Chest With Scissors At Wiltshire Service Station

17/07/2015 16:56 BST | Updated 17/07/2015 16:59 BST

A man has reportedly being stabbed in the chest with scissors in a suspected road rage incident in Wiltshire - the second in less than 24 hours.

According to The Sun the victim was stabbed while filling up his car at a Morrisons petrol station on Cepen Way North, in Chippenham, shortly before midday Friday.

Around 8.40pm the previous evening Don Luck, 79, was stabbed to death in a suspected road rage attack after he rear-ended another motorist in Findon, Sussex. Earlier today police arrested a 34-year-old man on suspicion of murder.

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A man was stabbed in the chest with a pair of scissors at a Morrisons petrol station in Wiltshire on Friday

The BBC reported that a man had been arrested in connection with what it called an alleged road rage attack.

The victim was taken to Great Western Hospital but it is thought he was not seriously hurt, The Sun said.

Wiltshire Police said the petrol station had been closed and a cordon had been put in place while officers gathered evidence, but it was expected to be re-opened later today.

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