Street bump leads to Mission stabbing 

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A man was stabbed after bumping into another man in the Mission District
Tuesday night, police said.
The 50-year-old victim told police he was simply walking when he bumped into a
45-year-old man in the 2800 block of Mission Street, near the 24th Street BART
During an argument that ensued between the men, the 50-year-old was stabbed
in the arm, police said. The suspect fled after the attack and had not been found
as of Wednesday morning. The victim was transported to San Francisco General
Hospital with injuries that are not considered life threatening, police said.



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