OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Police are still looking for a suspect in a road-rage slashing but victim Phil Washburn is looking for a good Samaritan who stopped the attack and likely saved his life.
The 68-year-old Washburn says he was looking for a place to eat on the night of February 10 when a driver began honking at him, then cut in front of his car and stopped.
Washburn also stopped and got out of his car and the other driver grabbed him and stabbed him in the stomach and leg.
Another driver saw the attack and stopped and pulled Washburn's
Both then left and Washburn managed to drive himself to a hospital where doctors later said he was literally seconds away from dying.
Washburn says he owes the good Samaritan but doesn't know who it
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