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No other details released in road rage incident leading to stabbing

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BLACK HAWK COUNTY (KWWL) -

The Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office says deputies are working with Minnesota authorities to identify one of the drivers involved in a road rage and stabbing yesterday. But as of tonight, no other details are being released. 

The sheriff's office says Peter Klassen (37 years old) was stabbed twice. Klassen, who's from Ionia, was taken to the hospital. Investigators say his injuries are not life threatening.

They say Klassen was driving a semi. He stopped the semi and someone stopped their car yesterday afternoon at Highway 63 and Dunkerton Road. Both drivers got into it before Klassen was stabbed.

Deputies are now looking for a silver 2012 Kia 4-door with MN plates 153LSX.

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The Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office is looking for a driver involved in a road rage incident that left one man in the hospital.

According to the sheriff's office, the driver of the livestock semi pictured on the side of Highway 63 and the driver of a silver 2012 KIA 4-door with Minnesota license plates were involved in a road rage incident on Monday.

It happened on Dunkerton Road at the Highway 63 intersection just after 4 p.m.

According to the sheriff's office, the two drivers got out of their vehicles at the stop sign and then got into it -- before the driver of the semi was stabbed in the back near his left arm.

The sheriff's office says the driver of the KIA then took off north on Highway 63.

The driver of the semi was able to call for help. He was taken to the hospital. His injuries are not life threatening.

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