BREAKING: Two High School Students Stabbed, Seriously Wounded

Sandy Malone

Two high school students were stabbed and seriously wounded at Mililani High School on Monday morning.

Mililani, HI – Two high school students were stabbed at Mililani High School on Monday morning.

The incident occurred at about 10:15 a.m. local time on Feb. 24 on the island of Oahu, KHNL reported.

A spokesman for the Emergency Service Department confirmed that two juveniles had been seriously wounded in the knife attack.

One of the victims is a 16-year-old girl, the other is a 16-year-old boy, KHNL reported.

Both victims were transported to Queens Medical Center in serious condition and no update is yet available.

A Department of Education spokeswoman said Mililani High School was placed on lockdown after the incident, the Honolulu Star Advertiser reported.

Police said they have a suspect in custody.

Mililani High School is the only public high school in Mililani Town CDP and has 2,500 students, according to the Public School Review.

Police are still on the scene of the incident and said the investigation is ongoing, the Honolulu Star Advertiser reported.

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Comments (8)
Charles of Bohemia
Charles of Bohemia

I hope they get a speedy recovery, how unfortunate.

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2jazzyj
2jazzyj

Being a Demonrat state, it's surely a knife free zone, right?

Excalibr4
Excalibr4

Why didn't they stab that idiot Judge who held up Trump's terrorist travel restriction. That would have beena righteous stabbing.

Jim H. - Virginia US
Jim H. - Virginia US

Both victims were transported to Queens Medical Center in serious condition and no update is yet available.

The two are expected to survive, Shayne Enright, spokeswoman for the Honolulu Emergency Services Department, told the Associated Press.


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