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France train hero Spencer Stone stabbed in California, official says

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A U.S. airman who was injured while helping thwart an attack on a train in France two months ago has been stabbed in northern California, a U.S. defense official speaking on condition of anonymity said Thursday.

U.S. Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone suffered multiple stab wounds after an incident at a bar near Travis Air Force Base, where he is stationed, the official said.

Stone is being treated for his latest injuries at a hospital and is in serious condition, Air Force spokeswoman Ann Stefanek said Thursday.

Police are looking for two males in connection with Saturday morning’s stabbing of France train hero Spencer Stone in Sacramento, city Deputy Police Chief Ken Bernard told reporters.

He described the pair as two Asian males who were wearing blue jeans and white T-shirts, and linked them to a dark gray or black 2009-2012 Toyota Camry.

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