A man was fatally slashed in the neck after he bumped into a man on a Bronx street Friday, police said.
The 55-year-old man tangled with his attacker on E. 196th St. and Briggs Ave. in Fordham Manor about 12:20 p.m., cops said.
Video obtained by the Daily News shows the victim, dressed in a white tank top, knocking into his black Adidas track jacket wearing attacker.
They men can be seen arguing and taking their fight into the middle of the street. Moments later, the suspect slices the victim’s neck and the injured man staggers from196th St. to Valentine Ave.
Cops investigate scene in Bronx where a man was slashed and killed Friday.
Cops investigate scene in Bronx where a man was slashed and killed Friday. (Gregg Vigliotti for New York Daily News)
The victim was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital where he died.
Cops are looking for the stabber and a second man with blond hair, who was sporting a greenT-shirt, a sweater and jeans.
“Lived here for 40 years and never seen anything like this,” said one man who declined to give a name. “When it gets this close to home you gotta say there goes the neighborhood.”