Warehouse attacker kept saying 'I don't like you:' survivor

Edmonton Police Service officers investigate after two people were killed and four others injured...

Edmonton Police Service officers investigate after two people were killed and four others injured in a multi-stabbing at a Loblaws Companies Limited warehouse at 16104 121A Avenue in Edmonton, Alta., on Friday, Feb. 28, 2014. Police are looking for the public's help in locating Jayme Pasieka, 29, who is said to be driving a 1999 two-door green Ford Explorer with the licence plate KEL 155. Ian Kucerak/Edmonton Sun

Pamela Roth, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:34 PM ET

EDMONTON ─ His arm wrapped in heavy bandages, Mahmoud Ayesh says he's "lucky" to have survived the stabbing spree at a west-end warehouse where two of his colleagues died.

On Friday afternoon, the 34-year-old was putting groceries onto a pallet at a Loblaws food distribution warehouse, when he noticed a colleague walking towards him aggressively.

"I was looking at his face. I didn't see him holding anything. All he was saying was, 'I don't like you,' and was walking towards me," Ayesh said on Monday from his Edmonton hospital bed.

The man hit Ayesh a couple times in the chest, causing him to trip and fall to the ground where the attack continued, the man repeatedly saying, 'I don't like you.'


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