An afternoon brawl just south of the Ferry Building on Saturday left two victims with stab wounds and one in critical condition, Bay City News reports. The latest incident in 2012's knife crime epidemic started as a fight between two men in their 30s and the two victims in their early 20s, but ended quickly after the youngest got stabbed in the torso. The victim's 22-year-old companion apparently didn't have the first guy's back either — he was stabbed in the arm and the two of them quickly hailed a cab and headed to S.F. General Hospital.

The younger victim's stab wounds to his torso were considered life threatening. The other victim is expected to survive. The suspects had not been found as of Monday morning, but anyone with any information about the latest victims of the 2012 wave of knife crime is encouraged to call the SFPD's anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or via text to TIP411.

No word yet on how they managed to find a cab so quick on a Saturday afternoon, especially on a day when the A's were in town to play the Giants.

Previously: All 2012 Knife Crime coverage on SFist