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Man Dies After Police Arrive To Domestic Violence Situation

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EPHRATA, Wash. - Ephrata Police assisted by the Grant County Sheriff's Office arrived  to deal with a Domestic Violence Situation. 

When they arrived a male in his early 20's barricaded himself inside the house with a knife. His wife and child were outside of the home.

When officers entered the home, they found the man was stabbed in the chest. HE was transported to Columbia Basin Hospital where he died.

Ephrata Police will be releasing more information on Monday.

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