A man was stabbed to death and a woman suffered injuries following an altercation over a parking spot in New York.

The victim of the fatal stabbing was identified as Sergio Garcia, 63. He was with a 38-year-old woman in front of a building on College Avenue near East 170th Street in Claremont Village in the Bronx when the incident took place Sunday, according to New York Post.

Police said they received a call from the Bronx Care Health System emergency room shortly before 4 a.m. On arrival, officers from the 44th Precinct found Garcia with stab wounds to his chest and the woman with injuries to her torso. Garcia was pronounced dead at the hospital shortly after. The woman, on the other hand, was listed in stable condition and is expected to be okay. Her identity was not disclosed by the authorities.

The duo was reportedly involved in a fight with an unknown group over a parking space in the area when the stabbing occurred, according to authorities.

"They were involved in an altercation with an unknown group over parking," a law enforcement source told the outlet. "This guy got killed over a parking spot."

The injured woman was believed to be Garcia's girlfriend, according to News12. Garcia was reportedly visiting the woman when a group of people approached them and they engaged in an altercation. As the argument turned violent, the attackers stabbed the duo. While the actual number of attackers remains unclear, neighbors told the outlet there were at least four or five people involved in the stabbing.

No arrests were made as of Sunday morning, and a physical description of the assailant was also not provided by the authorities, Pix11 reported. The suspects remain on the loose as an investigation was launched into the matter.

Meanwhile, friends and family members of the deceased man were hoping to hold a vigil for him Monday afternoon.

Authorities said those with any information regarding the attack can call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (for Spanish, dial 888-57-PISTA). People can also submit tips online at crimestoppers.nypdonline.org, or on Twitter @NYPDTips. All calls and messages will be kept confidential by the authorities.

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