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Lewiston Police Called To Hospital For Two Separate Incidents; Stabbing & Gunshot Wound

LEWISTON, Idaho -

Lewiston Police had a busy Saturday night at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center, after being called for two separate incidents, one involving a stab wound, and the other a gunshot wound.

Just before 6:00pm, police received the first call after a woman walked into the ER with a stab wound to her hand.

Police interviewed the victim at the hospital and attempted to locate the scene of the incident. So far, police haven't been able to identify a suspect or how exactly the woman sustained the stab wound. She was treated at the hospital and later released.

The investigation into this is continues.

About four hours later, police were called back to the hospital for a report of an accidental gunshot.

Police interviewed the 22-year-old man who told them he was looking at his handgun in his apartment and did not realize the gun was loaded when he accidentally pulled the trigger. The bullet went through his right index finger and traveled through his bedroom wall and came to rest in a closet in the kitchen.

Alcohol was not involved and no charges were filed.

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