Violent Crime

Man Stabbed After Altercation In San Francisco Mission District Saturday Night

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A man was seriously injured in a stabbing early Saturday morning in San Francisco’s Mission District after an argument, police said today. The stabbing occurred around 4 a.m. Saturday when the 43-year-old victim was walking with another person at 16th and Mission streets, police said. The two had an argument, after which the suspect stabbed the victim in the face, neck and hand, police said. The victim was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. No arrest has been made and police had not released any suspect description as of this morning.

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