WINTER PARK, Fla. - Two men are being interviewed after they were stabbed Wednesday morning at a law firm in Winter Park, the Winter Park Police Department said.
Police have not named the men but said they had a professional relationship.
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Witnesses told Channel 9's Johny Fernandez that one man was propped up on a chair and the other was on the ground after the incident around 9:30 a.m. at the law firm on Fairbanks Avenue.
“I had come out to unload my car to bring my things in for work, and then I saw all these police just swarm, and I saw a body lying on the sidewalk, just soaked in blood," said Doug Adams, who works nearby.
Both men are in stable condition, police said.
Police said no one is in custody, but they have accounted for everyone involved in the case.
Winter Park police shut down Fairbanks Avenue during the investigation, but all lanes have been reopened.
This is a developing story. Stay tuned to Eyewitness News for updates.
One westbound lane of Fairbanks Ave is now open. Traffic is still heavy in the area. Please avoid the area as emergency responders are still on scene.— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) May 1, 2019
Fairbanks Ave eastbound has re-opened, westbound lanes are still closed. Avoid the area!— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) May 1, 2019
Fairbanks Ave is closed between Pennsylvania Ave and New York Ave. Avoid the area.— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) May 1, 2019
The suspect is in custody. Avoid the area! Heavy traffic expected.— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) May 1, 2019
The Winter Park Police are working a disturbance that resulted in a stabbing at a business in the 400 blk of W. Fairbanks Ave. Avoid the area as Fairbanks Ave as it is closed in the area and re-routed.— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) May 1, 2019
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