Multiple Students Stabbed at Los Angeles High School, Suspect at Large

by J Pelkey
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On Wednesday morning, an incident at Van Nuys High School in Los Angeles left at least three students with stab wounds. In response, the school was put on lockdown, and the suspect remains at large.

“At 10:50 am LAPD received a stabbing call at Van Nuys High School. Officers are at-scene and assessing for victims. There is no suspect information at this time. Per Los Angeles School PD, the school is on lockdown. Monitor this thread for additional info when available.” LAPD media division said on Wednesday.

The motive behind the stabbing remains unclear. All the victims, who are minors and teenage boys, have been taken to a nearby hospital. Of them, one is in serious condition.

KTLA reported:

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Several students were stabbed at Van Nuys High School late Wednesday morning, officials said, and the attacker remains at large.

At a few minutes before 11 a.m., the Los Angeles Police Department received a call that two, possibly three, students had been stabbed.

The Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed they responded to the incident in the 6500 block of North Cedros Avenue, which is located adjacent to the school, and said there were three students wounded.

All are teen males, according to Nicholas Prange of the LAFD.


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