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Dispute between two bus drivers leaves one stabbed; perp takes off in tour bus: police

LOWER MANHATTAN— Police are searching for a bus driver who took off in a tour bus after stabbing another bus driver in Lower Manhattan, police said Sunday.

Police received a call for a serious assault near Broad and State streets around 3:50 p.m.

They arrived to find a man located across from Battery Park suffering from a stab wound to his arm, police said.

Police said two bus drivers were having a dispute over a parking space when one driver stabbed the other with an unknown object.

The perpetrator then hopped into his double-decker tour bus and drove southbound on State Street, an NYPD spokesperson said.

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