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Midnight stabbing at 4th and Fox, two people hurt

The Denver Police Department has released little information thus far about a double stabbing that took place around the stroke of midnight in central Denver. Here's what we know thus far about this still-developing story.

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According to 9News, the incident took place near the intersection of 4th and Fox, an area captured in the following interactive graphic. If you have problems seeing the image, click "View Larger Map."

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Here's another look at the scene, via a twitpic shared by reporter Noel Brennan:

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As noted above, one of the victims was reportedly able to walk to a hospital -- presumably Denver Health, which is only blocks from this address. Emergency personnel found the other person at the scene. Both individuals are expected to survive their wounds.

What set off this spasm of violence? Thus far, the DPD hasn't offered either tweets or news releases about an act that undoubtedly jangled nerves throughout this busy and vibrant neighborhood.

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

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