An off-duty NYPD officer was rushed to the hospital after being stabbed in his Queens home.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said that Rishi Gobin, 34, was stabbed in his right side and may have also been struck in the head with a weapon during the attack.
It happened at about 1:10 p.m. at Gobin's home on 170th Street in Jamaica. Kelly said Gobin passed out but then came to and called 911.
Gobin apparently suffered head trauma in the attack. He was taken to Jamaica Hospital. He condition was not known but FDNY officials on the scene said that the cop was "not likely to die."
He underwent surgery, the AP reported.
The NYPD is looking for at least two suspects. It is unclear if Gobin was targeted or if this was a home invasion gone wrong.
Gobin has been on the force for five years and is assigned to the 42nd precinct.