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A suspended student in a Texas high school, raised by two of his classmates during an early attack on the university campus to escape from the scene, police said on Thursday.
The suspect was arrested approximately 30 minutes after 8 o’clock in the morning of the incident, at Abilene High School, a police spokesman Rick Tomlin told KTXS-TV
The two victims have been rushed to Hendrick Medical Center and their conditions were not known.
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The police said that the attack appeared to be aimed as a result of a “previous altercation between the at least one of the victims, the suspect, Tomlin said.
“He came in here this morning, apparently aimed directly at the two victims,” he said.
All three of the male students at the time of the incident, the incident involved a minor, and have been around 16 years old, according to police.
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The stabbing happened outside the school’s cafeteria, and there was an increased police presence at the campus following the attack.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.