Two Stabbed in Street Fight on Upper West Side
UPPER WEST SIDE — A sprawling street fight that took over an intersection at West 110th Street and Columbus Avenue left two young adults in the hospital suffering from stab wounds Sunday, cops said.
Police were not sure what caused the large fight, which drew dozens to the intersection and seemed to involve two unknown groups of people, police said.
The violence erupted at 12:50 a.m. Sunday, police said, and both a teenage boy and a 22-year-old woman were rushed to St. Luke's Hospital and were in stable condition Sunday.
Police did not immediately have information related to arrests at the scene, cops said, but an investigation was ongoing.