SCHENECTADY, N.Y. - A large group fight that happened Sunday morning around 3:25 a.m. at Club XI in Schenectady, left two men hospitalized with stab wounds.
Club XI is located at 11 North Broadway, and was the scene of the group fight, involving as many as 100 people.
The first victim found, 33-year-old Quentin S. Blunt of Schenectady, was stabbed once in the back, and was transported to Albany Medical Center for non-life threatening injuries.
The second victim found, 33-year-old Jamel W. Carroll of the Bronx, was stabbed in the leg, and was treated at Ellis Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Members of several agencies responded to the 911 calls and dispersed the large crowd.
Five arrests were made, four for disorderly conduct and one for obstructing governmental administration and resisting arrest.
None of the arrests made were in connection to the stabbings.
There is no description of the individual(s) suspected in the stabbings of either Blunt or Carroll.
The cause of the fight is under investigation.