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2 students hurt in stabbing at high school in Mobile

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MOBILE, Ala. – Mobile police say a stabbing at LeFlore High School Thursday afternoon left a 15-year-old male with three stab wounds and a 17-year-old male with one stab wound, according to our news partners at AL.com.  A 17-year-old male was arrested but charges have not been made yet.

Mobile Police Department spokesperson Ashley Rains said the 17-year-old suspect came to school with a knife.

Rains said the altercation stemmed from a community altercation that’s ongoing. School staff members responded to the altercation and called police around 1 p.m., Rains said.

Mobile Fire-Rescue transported the two victims to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Rains said the school went on a “soft lockdown” typical to when there’s a fight.

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