A pizza delivery man in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, retrieved a gun and killed his attacker early Friday morning after allegedly being stabbed.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the driver delivered a pizza and was walking back to his car when a suspect allegedly approached him and attempted to rob him. An altercation ensued which resulted in the two men rolling around on the ground. The pizza deliveryman was stabbed during the altercation but managed to break free and retrieve a gun from his car.
He then shot his alleged attacker, causing the suspect to flee.
The alleged attacker “was found by police about a block away on a porch” and was pronounced dead.
The pizza delivery man was taken to a hospital to have his stab wound treated and no report was issued on his condition.
Amanda Blackwell lives near where the alleged attempted robbery occurred. She said she was sitting in her house when she heard a gunshot. She came outside to investigate and saw the wounded pizza delivery man.
Blackwell said, “I asked him if he was OK and he said he didn’t know.”
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