Two students at Heritage High School on Saint Lo Drive in Baltimore were involved in a stabbing Monday. One of the students sustained a stab wound to his upper body.
School officials say the stabbing was a result of a confrontation approximately at 10:45 Monday morning.
The injured student was treated by the school nurse before being transported to Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is now listed in stable condition.
Baltimore Police are handling the investigation and a person of interest is being questioned.
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