Robert Ernest Linck rescued Hobert T. Gunuskey, Jr., from assault, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 26, 1992. At night, Gunuskey, 37, was walking home from work when he was accosted by two men, who took him at knifepoint to the parking area behind a row of townhouses. Returning home, Linck, 60, building consultant, drove into the parking area and saw the assault. Linck approached the assailants in his car, flashing its lights and sounding the horn, but the assault continued. Linck then got out of hisc ar and approached the assailants, shouting. One of the assailants turned on Linck and in an ensuing scuffle with him stabbed him repeatedly. Both assailants then fled. Linck returned to his car and drove himself and Gunuskey to the hospital. Gunuskey was uninjured, but Linck required emergency abdominal surgery for his stab wounds. He was hospitalized for nine days, and he recovered.
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