A Burger King in Los Angeles, California

1 man killed in fatal stabbing outside of a Burger King in Los Angeles, California.

Police Seeking Suspect in Deadly Stabbing Outside of Burger King

Last Updated: 7/13/2020

On Friday around 6 p.m. police responded to reports of a stabbing at the Burger King located on 700 West East Cesar E Chavez Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

Witnesses say that a taxi driver drove into the fast-food restaurant parking lot and two men got out of his car. The men proceeded to wrestle the taxi driver to the ground and one of them stabbed the victim in the neck multiple times. The taxi driver died at the scene.

Both suspects fled the scene. Police are looking for a Latino man with large hair and a beard wearing a black jacket and black pants.

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Potential Legal Options Available to Parking Lot Stabbing Victims

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“Property owners have a legal obligation to keep their employees and guests safe at all times. In order to do that, adequate security would need to be in places such as security guards and surveillance cameras throughout the property. Depending on the circumstance, property owners can be held liable in court for injuries received to the victims, if the incident was reasonably foreseeable,” shared Mr. Thompson.

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