MP3: Livery Cab Driver Fatally Stabbed With Umbrella In Brooklyn

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Livery Cab Driver Fatally Stabbed With Umbrella In Brooklyn MP3

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The search continued Friday for two people wanted in connection with the gruesome stabbing death of a livery cab driver in Brooklyn. Uro Ama Orji, 54, was stabbed in the eye with an umbrella in Brownsville on Thursday, police said. After he was wounded, detectives said the cab jumped the curb and crashed into two parked sport-utility vehicles at Lott Avenue and Boyland Street at about... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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