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Stabbings in Chinatown leave 2 men in serious condition

Emergency Medical Services transported two men who were stabbed in Chinatown early today.

The stabbings occurred shortly before 1:30 a.m. EMS reported an assailant allegedly stabbed a 37-year-old man in the back at the intersection of River and North Hotel streets.

The same suspect reportedly stabbed another male victim, 32, in the back on Kekaulike Street.

Both victims were transported to a trauma hospital in serious condition.

It’s unknown whether any arrests were made at this time.

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