Woman stabbed in leg during fight in SoMa

Getty Images file photo | Clip artA man was slashed in the face during an argument Tuesday in the Excelsior.

Getty Images file photo | Clip artA man was slashed in the face during an argument Tuesday in the Excelsior.

A woman was stabbed in the leg during a fight in the South of Market area early Sunday morning, police said.

Police on the scene saw a fight at Second Street and Dow Place about 1:18 a.m. When the crowd dispersed, they saw the 28-year-old victim lying on the ground with a stab wound to her leg.

She was taken to the hospital for her injury, which was not life threatening.

Police believe it was a male suspect who stabbed her but there was no further description Monday. No arrest has been made.

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