Sheriff's officials say a northwest Georgia man was stabbed after an argument with another man over which vehicles are better: Ford or Chevrolet.
The Calhoun Times and Rome News-Tribune reports that several people were driving off-road vehicles in a field when an argument escalated into a fist fight around 1 a.m. Saturday.
Gordon County sheriff's officials said in a statement the fight ended when one man pulled a knife and stabbed the other one.
Sheriff's detectives said witnesses told them the assault stemmed from a disagreement over the superiority of Ford vehicles versus Chevrolet vehicles.
Authorities said 21-year-old Zachary Woody of Calhoun has been charged with aggravated assault. It was not known Monday whether Woody has an attorney in the case.
Authorities say the man who was stabbed was hospitalized with serious injuries.
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