Two injured, one critically, in separate Tenderloin stabbings

Two men were injured, one critically, in separate stabbings in the Tenderloin early Monday, cops said.

The first stabbing occurred in the 100 block of Eddy Street around midnight. A 35-year-old man was pushed and then sliced in the neck by one of three women, who fled in a white Lexus, police said.

The suspects were described by police as black women of unknown ages, they said. The man was transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Two hours later, a 31-year-old man in the area of Hyde Street and Golden Gate Avenue was stabbed by a knife-wielding thug who demanded the victim’s cellphone.

After stabbing the victim, the thug took his phone and fled, police said.

The victim’s injuries were not life threatening, and he was transported to San Francisco General Hospital. The suspect is described by police as a 30-year-old white man, they said.

No arrests have been made.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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