Two men stabbed in front of SoMa nightclub 

Two men were stabbed in front of a nightclub in San Francisco's South of Market district early Sunday morning, officials said.

Shortly after 12:30 a.m., all units at the San Francisco Police Department's Southern Station responded to Temple nightclub, at 540 Howard St., on report of an altercation, San Francisco police Officer Frost said.

Firefighters were also dispatched for medical aid, a San Francisco fire lieutenant said.

Officers on the scene found two Hispanic men suffering from multiple stab wounds, a San Francisco police dispatcher said.

The two were transported to San Francisco General Hospital, a fire lieutenant said. The extent of their injuries remains unknown.

Police said that the three suspects -- identified as two approximately 25-year-old Asian men along with an unknown suspect -- remain at large.

Police declined to offer further information about the incident, but said that it is not considered to be gang-related.

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