Two men were stabbed when they intervened an argument on Oct. 23 outside a Manhattan Mini Storage facility in New York. The victims were taken to Bellevue Hospital, but their condition is unknown, according to the source.
The victims, including a 36-year-old, approached two people who were arguing with a third person just after 5 a.m. on a sidewalk outside the storage facility at 543 W. 43rd St. As the argument escalated, one of the people involved in the argument stabbed the 36-year-old, the source reported. When the man with him tried to help, he was stabbed as well.
The attackers fled westbound on 43rd Street and southbound on 11th Avenue in a gray Toyota Camry with a New Jersey license plate, the source reported. Police were unable to locate them, and no one has been arrested in connection with the attacks.