Friday, March 27, 2009

Jogger Talks About Attack

The Sun has an interview with Will Iberg, the man who was stabbed while jogging in Running Brook. The piece is chilling in describing how random the whole incident appears to be.

About 9:30 p.m., Iberg had passed a group of about 10 teenagers when he noticed one of them jogging behind him. No words were exchanged, and Iberg said that he didn't feel threatened.

Suddenly, Iberg said he felt he had been punched in the lower back. He kept running before realizing that he had been stabbed with a knife.

"I thought it was a punch until I looked; it was really bloody," Iberg recalled. "When you're finishing a long run, you have so much adrenaline and endorphins going. My gut instinct was to find someone to help."

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