Police: 2 injured in separate Seattle stabbings

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SEATTLE —

Two people were injured in separate stabbings in Seattle, police said.

The first incident happened before 9 p.m. Thursday in Cal Anderson Park. 

Officers responded to Broadway Avenue and East Pine Street after a report from a man who said he was stabbed. Police then found out the man was stabbed in the park. 

According to police, the man got into an altercation with another man who later stabbed him. The attacker fled the scene. 

The victim, in his 20s, was treated at the scene and then taken to Harborview Medical Center for further treatment for his non-life-threatening injuries.

Police described the suspect as a light-skinned black man, in his 30s, wearing all dark clothing. Police searched the area, but could not find him and he remains at large. 

The second stabbing happened in South Seattle when a woman was found stabbed Friday morning.

According to police, a man walking on Rainier Avenue South called 911 after 5 a.m. to report that he saw a woman who was stabbed in the face. 

The caller said the woman was sitting on the sidewalk in the 7400 block of Rainier Avenue South. 

Police responded to the scene and found the 38-year-old victim with stab wounds to the abdomen and face. 

The woman was taken to Harborview Medical Center and her condition is unknown at this time. 

Police will continue to investigate the two separate stabbings.