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Man charged after woman found suffering from stab wound in street

Travis Eugene Aldridge (Burke Catawba Detention Facility) Travis Eugene Aldridge (Burke Catawba Detention Facility)
MORGANTON, NC (WBTV) -

A Burke County man is charged with stabbing a woman after officers found a woman laying in the street suffering from a stab wound to her chest.

The incident was reported on Friday at the intersection of Burkemont Avenue and Interstate 40, according to the release from Morganton Public Safety.

Officers arrived to find Kimberly Dawn Woodard in the street with a stab wound to her chest.

She was taken to Carolinas Medical Center in Morganton before being airlifted to Charlotte.

Two passing motorists had subdued Travis Eugene Aldridge, 28, of Connelly Springs, until officers arrived and took him into custody.

He is charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, according to the release.

Police say his relationship to Woodard is unclear.

He was placed in the Burke Catawba Detention Facility under a $70,000 bond.

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