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Two Men Stabbed by 51st Street and Skillman Avenue During Early Hours Sunday

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July 6, 2020 By Christian Murray

Two men were stabbed in the vicinity of 51st Street and Skillman Avenue in the early hours Sunday morning, according to police.

The victims, both 29, were walking along the street at around 3:30 a.m. when they approached by a group of unknown men, according to police.

The first victim was slashed across the chest with an unknown object and fled the location, while the second victim was stabbed on the left side of the chest. He drove himself to Elmhurst Hospital in stable condition.

A police spokesperson was unable to say whether the incident was an unprovoked attack or stemmed from an argument.

Police said that there have been no arrests.

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