Man critically injured in Manhattan stabbing

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NOMAD, Manhattan — A man stabbed in Manhattan on Wednesday afternoon is in critical condition, police said.

He was attacked near Broadway and West 27th Street just before 3 p.m., an NYPD spokesperson said. The attacker, a man in a gray shirt, fled northbound on Broadway and has not yet been arrested.

Police on scene said the motive of the stabbing is unknown.

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