GLENDORA (CBSLA) — Six people were detained in connection with the stabbing of an Uber driver following a standoff at a Glendora motel which lasted several hours Monday afternoon.

The incident began just before 1 p.m. when Glendora police responded to find a man who had been stabbed multiple times near the Glendora Motel, located at 330 W. Route 66.

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The victim was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital in stable condition, police said.

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Meanwhile, officers learned the suspect had ran to the motel and barricaded himself inside a room with five other people.

A SWAT team responded and spent several hours trying to draw them out of the room, police said. Eventually, the six people — three males and three females — surrendered and were detained.

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The circumstances that prompted the stabbing were not immediately known. There was no word on whether any of the six were being arrested or charged. No names were released.