HAGERSTOWN, Md. - A fight at a Maryland Correctional facility sent an inmate to the hospital Monday night.
According to a spokesperson for the department, the incident happened at the Maryland Correctional Training Center near Hagerstown around 8:30 on Monday night.
The inmate and two others got into a fight and it ended with the 32-year-old stabbed in the chest. Medics took him to Shock Trauma because they were concerned he may have had a collapsed lung.
The Department of Corrections believes this is an isolated incident and is being investigated. The inmate is expected to be OK.
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