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Twenty hurt in stabbing spree at Pennsylvania high school

Parents rush to their children's high school in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. A stabbing spree during the 7 o'clock morning session left at least 20 people injured here. An emergency management deputy briefed reporters. (SOUNDBITE) (English) DAN STEVENS, DEPUTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR FOR WESTMORELAND COUNTY, SAYING: "Our 911 center received a call from the resource officer here at Franklin Regional High School that he needed medical assistance at the school. He had multiple patients involved in a stabbing. Currently we have 20 students that have been injured, four of which have been flown by medical helicopter." The suspected attacker is said to be a student. He's being questioned by police and detectives. The attack took place in several classrooms and hallways, the official said. It's unclear how many of the injured were stabbed by the suspect and how many were hurt while scrambling to get away. (SOUND

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