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A 16-year-old Michigan high school student died on Wednesday after she was stabbed during a quarrel, police said.
The fight was between two female students in a Fitzgerald High School class, Warren police said. The teenager who was stabbed died from her injuries. She was not immediately identified.
A 17-year-old female student, whose identity has not been released, was arrested in the stabbing, according to FOX 2 Detroit.
The fight between the two students started around 9:30, and was probably already more than a boy, but that could not immediately be confirmed, Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said. The 17-year-old student stabbed the victim twice in the chest with a kitchen knife, he said. A school resource officer began giving the victim CPR until the ambulance arrived.
No other students were injured, Dwyer said.
Warren police were planning on pursuing a murder charge, according to FOX 2 Detroit.
The school was placed on lockdown when the fight began, Fitzgerald Public Schools Superintendent Laurie Fournier said in a statement. The school was dismissed for 10 hours
Warren is located approximately 15 miles north of Detroit.
Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.