Driver Has Knife Stuck In Eye After Parking Space Row

Story ByAna LacasaSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyCentral European News


Video Credit: CEN

These images show a man with a knife sticking out of his eye after he was stabbed in an argument over a parking space at a shopping centre.

The shocking incident took place at a shopping centre in the Floresta colony, in Puerto de Veracruz, in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz, after victim Domingo Munoz and another driver, named in reports as Armando Barragan, 47, began fighting over a parking space.

Local media report witnesses saw the other driver attack Munoz with a knife, stabbing him through his left eye and images show Munoz standing in the car park with the blade sticking out of his bleeding eye.

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Barragan, who works as a delivery man for Bimbo, the world’s largest bakery, said that Munoz had begun attacking him when he lost the parking space. Barragan says he then pulled out a knife and stabbed the other man in the eye.

In the video, the two men, with the alleged aggressor in a white t-shirt, can be seen arguing with a police car in the background and the knife can clearly be seen sticking out of Munoz’s eye.

Barragan was arrested while Munoz was taken to Veracruz General Hospital where doctors removed the knife which had pierced the left eyeball and the lower part of the right eye.

A scan taken at the hospital shows how the knife passed through the left eyeball and through into the lower half of the right eye.

Local media report Munoz lost his left eye in the incident but he is in a stable condition.

It is unclear if the suspect has been charged.

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Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.

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