Texas production workers reportedly stabbed at some stage in combat over women in Midtown
Two creation employees from Texas were stabbed for the duration of a fight — seemingly over women — outdoor a Midtown bar early Saturday, law enforcement officials said. The employees, a long time 41 and 23, had just left the Times Square hotspot Tonic, in which they exchanged words with other purchasers, law enforcement officials stated. They then walked to West 36th Street close to Fifth Avenue, where the pair seemingly stuck up with them and attacked around 3:30 a.M., police said.
The older guys changed into stabbed within the left foot and hip, and the younger inside the torso and arm. Both guys, who are described as fairly intoxicated, have been taken to Bellevue Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. One of their attackers was later taken into custody when police officers located him wearing blood-soaked garments, entering an Uber. Charges towards him are pending.
The other suspect remained at big, law enforcement officials said.
The people, who came to the location to paintings on a sports activities facility creation assignment in New Jersey, we’re staying within the Big Apple, police said.