One slashed, two stabbed in SF over weekend

Three men are expected to survive after they were attacked with knives in San Francisco over the weekend, police said.

The first incident happened early Saturday, when a 29-year-old man was stabbed in the chest by an unknown man he was arguing with at New Montgomery and Market streets around 2 a.m., police said.

The stabber then fled the area. The victim was taken to San Francisco General Hospital.

Early Sunday morning, two armed men walked into a pizza parlor in Ingleside and robbed the business of cash.

The robbery unfolded around 2:18 a.m. near the intersection of Ocean and Ashton avenues, when the men pulled up in a silver pickup truck with a bed cover.

After they entered the parlor, one of the men pointed a handgun at a man inside while the other held a knife to the man’s throat, cutting it.

The wounded man, 46, was taken to SFGH for treatment.

On Sunday night two men were fighting on a Muni bus in South of Market when one of them pulled out a knife and stabbed the other man in the back twice.

The stabbing happened near Fifth and Harrison streets around 7 p.m., police said.

The 55-year-old stabbing victim was taken to SFGH.

No arrests were made in any of the incidents.

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