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Man Stabbed in Brooklyn Heights Near Film Shoot, Police Say

By  Nikhita Venugopal and Jennifer H. Cunningham | September 22, 2014 4:07pm | Updated on September 22, 2014 4:45pm

 The Dodge Ram pick-up truck that belongs to a man who was stabbed Monday in Brooklyn Heights.
The Dodge Ram pick-up truck that belongs to a man who was stabbed Monday in Brooklyn Heights.
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BROOKYLN HEIGHTS — A man was stabbed in the neck near the set of a web series Monday afternoon, police said.

The 30-year-old victim was arguing with a 20-year-old man about 1:10 p.m. Monday at Montague and Clinton streets by the filming of "Mozart in the Jungle" when the suspect stabbed him, a police source said.

The victim — whose name was not released — was taken to Lutheran Medical Center, where police said he’s in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.

Police said the 20-year-old suspect, whose name was not released, was in custody.

Witnesses and reports said a payment dispute between a construction worker and his supervisor — the victim — sparked the attack. Once stabbed, the victim ran to his white Dodge Ram and tried to drive himself to the hospital, witnesses said.

They said the man jumped out when he saw an ambulance, but didn't put the vehicle's gears into park, causing the truck to roll down the street. Passersby jumped in and halted the car as it rolled through a pedestrian walkway, according to witnesses.

"It was really a miracle that they stopped it, " said Mary Francisquini, 23, a psychology student at St. Francis College, who was leaving the Nanatori restaurant across the street just as the incident unfolded.

The victim's bloodstained pickup truck remained in the street with its door ajar as police investigated.

Some people gathered at the scene didn't know whether the incident was real or part of filming for “Mozart in the Jungle,” which was shooting in the area Monday. The show is an upcoming original Amazon series about "sex, drugs and classical music."