A female teenage student was stabbed by another teen at a Buffalo School on Tuesday, September 13, 2022. Buffalo Police are investigating the incident, which happened just after noon. The altercation happened inside a classroom at the Buffalo School of Culinary Arts, located at 75 W Huron Street in Buffalo.

Buffalo Police, who are investigating the incident, says that a 16-year-old female student allegedly stabbed a 17-year-old female victim, according to WGRZ. The suspect is in police custody. The victim was taken by ambulance to Oishei Children's Hospital. She is currently listed in serious condition. The school was put in a shelter-in-place.

Buffalo Public Schools issued a statement about the incident,

An unfortunate and isolated incident occurred today at Buffalo High School of Culinary Arts & Hospitality #355. The Buffalo Police Department Security Resource Officers were immediately contacted, and the school was placed in “shelter in place” mode for security measures, to ensure the safety of all students and staff. At this time, the Buffalo Police Department is continuing to investigate the incident. The Buffalo Public School District takes any violent offenses occurring on school grounds very seriously and will follow the Code of Conduct with disciplinary measures. All BPS staff implemented appropriate protocols.

It's sad and disturbing that teen girls are involved in a violent situation like this, especially at school. Not only is one girl in the hospital suffering from serious injuries, but the other students may also be traumatized by the incident. I hope the victim makes a speedy and full recovery.

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