Three injured in knife fight at Waffle House in Greensboro

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Waffle House on High Point Road in Greensboro.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Three people were injured in a knife fight early Friday morning at the Waffle House in Greensboro.

Police responded to the restaurant on High Point Road around 3:30 a.m. where a fight between several people had broken out.

Most of the people fled the scene upon police arrival, but three remained suffering from knife wounds.

They were transported to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000.


    • FaithC

      …and were the ones suffering from knife wounds involved in the fight or innocent bystanders?
      Just another reason to never eat at Waffle House, or anywhere else in Greensboro.

      • Adam Z.

        “Or anywhere else in Greensboro.” Really, FaithC? Paranoid much? I try to make it a habit to avoid being on High Point Road at 3:30am (not difficult), but it’s not like you’re in some extreme level of danger to eat at any given restaurant in Greensboro.

    • Adam Z.

      Let’s be reasonable – any city the size of Greensboro is going to have some rough areas. By the same token, calling the city Ghettoboro is somewhat of an exaggeration. I’ve lived in places that have much worse crime problems than Greensboro. This place is *great* compared to Detroit & New Orleans.

  • McEntire

    wear your bullet proof vest and armor when you enter into Greensboro, and it does not matter what part of town , shield your self from knives or bullets, that is why I do not go near High point Road after dark or any place in Greensboro, never a safe place to be after dark,

  • Tim

    Greensboro, a place where you can visit the zoo each and every day without having to pay for tickets, just pay taxes!

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