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A 39-year-old man was stabbed repeatedly outside a Bronx bodega late Sunday, cops said. 

The victim was arguing with another man outside the deli on Westchester Avenue near Jackson Avenue in the Woodstock neighborhood around 10 p.m. when his rival stabbed him “multiple times” in the rib cage and stomach area, police said. 

He was taken to Lincoln Medical Center in stable condition. 

According to police, the victim was stabbed several times in the rib cage, but is currently in stable condition.
According to police, the victim was stabbed several times in the rib cage, but is currently in stable condition.
Christopher Sadowski

The suspect fled, and no arrests had been made by Monday morning. 

The nature of the dispute was unclear. 

Source: NYPOST

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