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Two men killed in separate violent incidents in SF

Two San Francisco men died in separate violent incidents over the weekend weekend, according to police.

The two men were found early Sunday morning, one with a gunshot wound and the other with a stab wound. Their deaths remain under investigation and have not yet been classified as homicides.

Larry Peevy, 55, was found with stab wounds at 16th and Mission streets at 7:40 a.m. Sunday . He was transported to a nearby hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival.

Sean Ford, 19, was found at Sixth and Harrison streets with a gunshot wound at 2:06 a.m. Sunday. He was taken to a nearby hospital but also was also declared dead on arrival.

The pair of deaths, if classified as homicides, would mark the 20th and 21st homicides of the year.

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