HARRISON, Westchester County (WABC) -- Harrison schools opened on a two-hour delay Thursday while police searched for a stabbing suspect.
A man was slashed in the hand by his driving companion when they got into a dispute at a Mobil gas station on the Hutchinson River Parkway in Harrison Thursday morning.
The victim went to the gas station to get help and was taken to the hospital for a cut to his hand.
The suspect, who is known to the victim and to police, fled on foot.
Police are searching for the suspect, which prompted the two-hour delay at local schools.
Authorities have taped off the white truck where the stabbing occurred in the parking lot of the gas station.
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