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United States: Knife attack in a North Carolina high school, 1 student killed, 2 injured, 3 arrested



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North Carolina High School Knife Attack in America
1 student died and 2 students were injured in the attack.
3 accused students were arrested.

Caroline. There are constant reports of violence from American schools. A stabbing incident came to light Thursday at a high school in North Carolina. 1 student died in the attack. While 2 students were injured. The allegation of the attack concerns 3 students, who were taken into custody. According to the AP, Jacksonville Police Chief Mike Yaniro, while briefing on the incident, said two injured minors were taken to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune and another died. He said the high school attack looked like a stabbing, but the investigation was ongoing. He further stated that a teacher is also injured, but he was not attacked with a knife, he received medical treatment at the scene.

He said that as soon as information about the incident was received, the police came to the scene. The incident happened around 7 a.m. and police arrested a student at the same time. At the end of the day, three students were arrested. The police chief said the attack took place in a common area inside the school and was seen by several students. He declined to name the accused. Police said Thursday night that a 16-year-old boy had been charged with murder, possession of a weapon in a school, assault with a deadly weapon and assault on a teacher. Two other boys, aged 15 and 16, were charged with assault and rioting on school property.

Following the incident, police imposed a lockdown on the school, which continued until 8:45 a.m., after which the school began the process of releasing students to their parents. By the time the police held the press conference, almost all of the students had gone home. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said he offered help from the State Bureau of Investigation. Cooper said in a tweet that our prayers are with all students, teachers, families and community.

Keywords: America, school, Violence