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2 Stabbed at Cinco de Mayo Party at Cal State Fullerton Fraternity

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Two members of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity at Cal State Fullerton were stabbed outside a Cinco de Mayo party at their house early Friday morning.

The men were outside the fraternity house around 1:40 a.m. when six to eight men approached. A fight broke out and one of the men in the outside group pulled a knife, according to Fullerton Police Sgt. Andrew Goodrich. The two victims were listed in stable condition with stab wounds at UCI Medical Center on Friday.

Police are seeking more information on the suspected attackers. It was unknown if the men involved are fraternity members or attend the university.

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Anyone with information can call the Fullerton Police Department at 714-738-6715.