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BRIDGETON MAN CRITICALLY HURT WHILE FLEEING STABBING SCENE

A 45 year-old Bridgeton man was critically injured early Thursday morning, when his car struck a utility pole and flipped. The driver of the vehicle, Ricky Durham, allegedly stabbed and slashed his brother Mark several times, and fled the crime scene at a high rate of speed in a 2006 Chrysler Crossfire upon seeing police. The car reportedly struck  a utility pole just north of the intersection of S. Burlington Rd. and Shoemaker Lane flipping over and pinning the suspect partially underneath. Durham was taken to Cooper University Hospital in Camden and listed in critical condition.

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