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Fresno stabbing – Shock moment three stabbed at protest by driver frustrated with roadblock

SHOCK footage shows the moment three activists were stabbed at a protest by a driver who was frustrated with a roadblock.

The motorist was taken into custody after the attack in Fresno, California, on Wednesday night.

Roughly 150 people were at the "Stand with Armenia" protest, which took place in California.

Police said that numerous drivers were upset by the stop in traffic.

One motorist then got out of his vehicle and confronted the protesters while lunging at them with a stick.

"He was cussing us out and threatening us that he is going to damage our cars and also kill us," attendee Katarina Melikian told an ABC affiliate.

Footage shows the suspect ripping one of the group's protest banners.

The man then pulled out a wooden stick and began swinging it at the protesters, according to cops.

However, as demonstrators tried to stop him he allegedly pulled out a knife and started to stab people.

One victim was slashed in the arm, another in the chest and a third in the finger, according to the outlet.

All three victims were males between the age of 18 and 26. They are all expected to recover.

Two of the victims were taken to Community Regional Medical Center.

Cops said that the driver got back into his car and rammed into other vehicles that were in his way.

Police then arrested the subject at 9.30pm after he fled the scene, according to KSEE.

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