Man Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries in SF Stabbing

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A 36-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries in a Chinatown stabbing early Friday morning, police said. 

The latest incident in the series of Chinatown stabbing was reported around 2:25 a.m. between Clay and Kearny streets. Police officers have yet to make an arrest, but a description they released to the public suggested that a suspect is a man around the age of 20. 

Anyone with information about the stabbing is encouraged to report to the San Francisco Police Department, according to CBS News

Chinatown Stabbing

The Friday stabbing came just two days after a man stabbed a 94-year-old woman in the 800 block of Post Street. The woman, who was identified as Ahn Taylor, was stabbed in her torso and through her wrist. 

“When I heard this happened, I’m like wow, that’s the last person who deserves something like that,” Francesco Benvenuti, Taylor’s neighbor, told ABC News

Police officers say the attack was likely unprovoked, and the stabbing occur randomly. The victim has since been taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. 

Abigail Kouma

Abigail is a caffeine-fueled bookworm and journalist from Marin County. She's passionate about art and constantly searching for new ways to express creativity and stay on beat with the cultural scene in SF.

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