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Teenage girl attacks three students with knife in Polish school: report

29.09.2020 12:56
A teenage girl attacked three other female students with a kitchen knife at her school in western Poland on Tuesday morning, local media reported.
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Two of the girls targeted sustained injuries to their back, while one received a cut to her brow during the attack in the city of Zielona Góra, according to state news agency PAP.

Their injuries are not life threatening, police said.

Małgorzata Barska from a local police headquarters in Zielona Góra, said: “The 16-year-old probably took two knives from home. At school, she used them to injure three random girls."

Barska added: "The perpetrator was overpowered by teachers and shortly afterwards handed over to police officers called to the scene.”

According to a local news website, other students said the 16-year-old attacker had posted entries on social media warning that there would be “slaughter” at their school.


Source: PAP/IAR/Polish Radio