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Two stabbed in large St. Paul fight

A boy and a man were stabbed Saturday in a St. Paul fight involving 30 to 50 people, reported the Star Tribune and Pioneer Press.
Calls reporting a fight on the 1200 block of Bush Avenue came in around 10:15 p.m. Both of the stabbing victims, a 15-year-old and a 21-year-old, were taken to Regions Hospital by ambulance. The wounds appeared to have been caused by a sickle.
The fight started after uninvited guests showed up at a birthday party. Up to 50 people joined, grabbing nearby objects as weapons. No other information was available and witnesses weren't talking to police.