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Bernardo Hernandez, 22, was taken to Elmhurst Hospital where he was pronounced dead from injuries sustained during the brawl, police said.Raul Carino, 20, of Corona was arrested Monday shortly after the stabbing occurred outside of Los Temerarios Mexican Restaurant, at the corner of 47th Street and 48th Avenue, according to police. The New York Post reported a livery cab driver witnessed the stabbing, called 911, and then followed Carino, leading police to the arrest. Two other men, whose names have not been released by police, were also taken to Elmhurst Hospital to be treated for wounds sustained during the fight.The DA's spokeswoman said Carino "acted in concert with an unapprehended other" and police are looking for that person. Additional details were not available. The spokeswoman said Carino made his admissions to police after being arrested and that statement was corroborated with statements taken from witnesses at the bar.Carino has been charged with second-degree murder, attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon, according to the DA. Reach reporter Peter A. Sutters Jr. by e-mail at news@timesledger.com or by Phone at 718-229-0300 Ext. 173.

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