Baltimore high school students stabbed in school's second violent incident in 2 days

Two students were injured and transported to the hospital

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Two students were injured on Thursday during a stabbing that took place at a Baltimore high school.

The incident took place at Mergenthaler High School when an individual stabbed two other students during a fight, according to Fox 45.

Other students were not injured in the incident, and the injured students were taken to a local hospital.

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Mergenthaler High School

Mergenthaler High School (Google Maps)

The student accused of the stabbing was arrested, according to a spokesman for Baltimore City Public Schools.

Thursday's stabbing marks the second incident that has turned violent at the high school in the past week, according to the outlet.

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One student was robbed at gunpoint on Wednesday around lunchtime as he attempted to get something out of his car, according to school officials.

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In that incident, the suspect fled and entered a Maryland Transit Administration bus before spotting police. The 15-year-old was arrested and in a subsequent investigation, he was found to have a gun.