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Police investigate stabbing near 13th and Mission in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO -- Two homeless females stabbed each other after an altercation in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood Wednesday morning, San Francisco police said.
The stabbing was reported around 7:30 a.m. in the 200 block of 13th Street, police said.
The two victims were taken to San Francisco General Hospital with stab wounds.
One victim suffered wounds to her back, neck and face, while the other's eye was wounded, police said.
Both victims are expected to survive, police said.
Police are investigating and working to determine what led up to stabbings.
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