A man was stabbed during a "dispute" on the subway this morning in Manhattan. According to police, a 27-year-old man sustained stab wounds after a "dispute on the train" around 9:45 a.m. The victim was stabbed in the left arm and left rib on the southbound D train somewhere between the Bronx and Columbus Circle.
According to ABC, he reportedly had gotten into a "stare down" with another person on the train as they rode from the Bronx. The victim got off the train at 59th Street/Columbus Circle and walked to nearby Roosevelt Hospital where he was treated. Cops added that no one has been arrested in the incident.