Man slashed at Midtown subway station; two suspects on the loose

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Scene of subway stabbing at West 34th Street and Seventh Avenue (Ayana Harry/PIX11 News)

Scene of subway stabbing at West 34th Street and Seventh Avenue (Ayana Harry/PIX11 News)

MIDTOWN, Manhattan -- Police are looking for two suspects after a 51-year-old man was slashed in the back at a subway station in Midtown Friday afternoon.

Police say the slashing happened around 3:10 p.m. on the stairwell of the 34th Street/Penn Station subway entrance at West 34th Street and Seventh Avenue.

EMS was rushed to Mount Sinai Roosevelt Hospital where he is listed in stable condition.

Police are looking for two suspects, a male and a female.

Just a couple of hours later, another slashing happened at Pioneer grocery store in the Bronx where employees tell police the manager was slashed following a dispute. They describe the slashing as "minor."

No arrests have been made in either slashing.