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Man, 32, dies after being found in Bronx hallway unresponsive, with stab wound

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A building at 1521 Sheridan Ave. in the Claremont neighborhood of the Bronx is pictured. (Credit: Google Maps)

CLAREMONT, Bronx – A 32-year-man has died after police discovered him lying in a Bronx building’s hallway bleeding from a stab wound to his chest, the NYPD said Thursday.

Willie Lopez was identified as the man found at 1521 Sheridan Avenue after police responded to 911 call around 10:34 p.m. Wednesday regarding a male being assaulted.

Responding officers found Lopez unconscious and unresponsive as he lied on the ground of the sixth-floor hallway suffering from a stab wound to his chest, the NYPD said.

EMS responded and transported him to Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, where he was pronounced dead.

No one has been arrested, and the investigation in ongoing.

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