ANCHORAGE, Alaska -

Two men were wounded in a Sunday fight which led to a stabbing outside a Chickaloon lodge Sunday night, with Alaska State Troopers saying one man was medevaced to Anchorage and the other suffered “significant injuries.”

According to a Monday AST dispatch, troopers were first informed at about 5:50 p.m. Sunday that a man outside the Sutton General Store, on the Glenn Highway, had received life-threatening injuries. The highway was briefly closed as a responding LifeMed air ambulance landed to medevac the man.

“Investigation revealed that an assault occurred at the King Mountain Lodge,” troopers wrote. “The altercation was between two adult male family members. During the assault, one male stabbed the other.”

AST spokesperson Megan Peters it’s not clear whether the man who wasn't medevaced after Sunday’s confrontation, in the lodge's parking lot, was taken to a hospital.

“The incident itself occurred outside that lodge, and then both parties left and went to different locations,” Peters said. “We got one report about one party being outside the general store, and then we were contacted by the other individual or someone on his behalf.”

Peters says no charges have currently been filed, with neither man’s name released because the matter is a domestic-violence incident. She says it’s not clear whether foul play, drugs or alcohol were involved in the stabbing; an investigation is still in progress, and further details weren’t publicly available about the incident’s cause.

“I’m not going to try to explain other people’s family,” Peters said.