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Three students stabbed in fracas at Marcus Garvey High School

Friday, January 31, 2014 | 2:19 PM    

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ST ANN, Jamaica —Two students at the Marcus Garvey High School are being treated for stab wounds following a fight among a group of students at the St Ann’s Bay campus earlier Friday.

A third student reportedly sustained injury.

The injuries sustained by the students treated at hospital are not considered life threatening, OBSERVER ONLINE has learned. 

According to an employee at the St Ann’s Bay Hospital one student has a stab wound to the chest and another to the hand. A third student reportedly sustained injury.

The police have reportedly held one student in relation to the stabbings while another is being sought.

More information later.

—Renae Dixon

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