- Two school students stabbed
- The school is in lockdown
Two Perth high school students have been rushed to hospital after being stabbed.
Police were called to Carine Senior High School, north of Perth, on Thursday following reports two students had been stabbed by another student.
One female and one male have been taken to hospital.
t is understood their injuries are not life-threatening.
Two school students from Carine Senior High School, north of Perth, have been rushed to hospital after being stabbed by another student
Carine Senior High School has been placed into lockdown following the incident
Police are on the scene and the school is in lockdown.
The school’s principal, Damian Shuttleworth, informed parents about the ‘serious incident’ involving two students in a letter, according to 7NEWS.
‘I want to reassure you that police attended, the situation was quickly contained, and there is no cause for ongoing concern,’ Mr Shuttleworth said.
‘We have prioritised support for staff and students following this incident.’
More to come.