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US- Stabbing near NYC’s Penn Station leaves two men injured

Ns News Online Desk:Ns News Online Desk: Two men stabbed each other during a wild brawl that began inside Moynihan Train Hall on Sunday afternoon, cops said — and part of the bloody feud that spilled out onto the street was caught on video.

Both men — who are believed to be homeless — were cut in the fight that erupted around 1:15 p.m. in Amtrak’s new billion-dollar transit hub and moved into Pizza Suprema on Eighth Avenue and West 31st Street, cops said. A witness captured part of the fracas showing the two knife-wielding men, ages 55 and 35, squaring off at the blood-soaked entrance of the pizza shop.

The men then moved onto the sidewalk, where one of them yelled something before swinging his weapon at his rival’s knife-wielding hand, the video shows.

Police said the older man was stabbed in the shoulder and neck. The 35-year-old man was slashed to the shoulder, cops said.

The two were arrested and taken to Bellevue Hospital, where the 55-year-old man was listed in serious, but stable condition. The other man was in stable condition, cops said.

Their identities weren’t immediately released and it wasn’t clear what led to the violence, cops said. Charges against them were pending, cops said.

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