Two people were stabbed outside a midtown subway station Wednesday when they were attacked by two high school students, cops said.
Devon Baldwin, 18, of the Bronx, was stabbed twice in the torso, and Kalimah Tresdale, 20, was slashed in the hand in the 3p.m. incident in the underground walkway of the Columbus Circle subway station, cops said.
Both victims were taken to New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell, where Baldwin was in stable condition.
Tresdale was treated and released.
Nathaniel Flores, 17, and Rafael Anderson, 17, both students at Independence High School on 10th Ave. at 56th St., were arrested in the stabbing.
Police sources said the victims know the suspects and that the fight apparently stemmed from an earlier incident at Independence High.
It was not immediately clear if Baldwin and Tresdale are also students at Independence High.
Former President Bill Clinton is in a New York City hospital after having two stents put in one of his coronary arteries.
Clinton, heavily involved in Haiti relief work, is said to be in good spirits and will continue to focus on the earthquake recovery.
Here is a statement fromÂ Douglas Band, counselor to the former president:
“Today President Bill Clinton was admitted to the Columbia Campus of New York Presbyterian Hospital after feeling discomfort in his chest. Following a visit to his cardiologist, he underwent a procedure to place two stents in one of his coronary arteries. President Clinton is in good spirits, and will continue to focus on the work of his Foundation and Haiti’s relief and long-term recovery efforts. In 2004, President Clinton underwent a successful quadruple bypass operation to free four blocked arteries.”