Three men have been arrested following a fatal stabbing in Queens that occurred outside a bar early Sunday morning. Just before 4:30 a.m., police responded to reports of a stabbed man outside the Manila Bar and Restaurant in Corona. At the scene, they found two stabbed men in their 20s bleeding from stab wounds to the chest; both were rushed to Elmhurst Hospital, where one of the men was pronounced DOA. The second victim, who was also stabbed in the back, is in stable condition. Neither have been identified.

Three men were taken into custody at the scene. It's unclear what sparked what the Daily News described as a "melee," but the NYPD has announced criminal charges against all three men, none of whom have a rap sheet. Jesus Astimbay, a 27-year-old from Queens, is charged with manslaughter, gang assault, and assault. Jean Guanaquesa, a 26-year-old from Queens, is also charged with gang assault and assault, as well as criminal possession of a weapon. And John Espinoza, 17, faces the same charges. According to DNAinfo, a knife was recovered at the scene. We'll update as more information becomes available.