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Paramedic crews took three people to local hospitals in Long Beach after an argument over parking escalated into a fight where someone pulled a knife, according to the police.

Police said they were called to the attack, which was reported as a stabbing, around 6 p.m. on Bennett Avenue near First Street in Belmont Shore. They found two men and a woman with superficial wounds from a small knife.

Police said the three people were arguing over parking, which escalated into a physical assault and a stabbing.

The three individuals were transported to local hospitals by the Long Beach Fire Department. Officers recovered a knife at the scene, police added.

Once the suspected attacker, Gregory Harold Bloom, was medically cleared, he was transported to the Long Beach Jail where he was booked on suspicion of assault with great bodily injury, police said. The bail for Bloom, a 32-year-old Stallion Springs resident, was set at $30,000, police said.

The investigation remains ongoing.

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