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Emergency vehicles are seen in a parking lot outside Franklin Regional High School after reports of stabbing injuries in Murrysville, Pennsylvania April 9, 2014. Twenty students were injured after a stabbing attack, apparently by a male student, at a Pennsylvania high school on Wednesday, and four of the victims were flown to area hospitals, officials said. REUTERS/WPXI/Handout via Reuters

Video: Police say 16-year-old assailant used two knives In Pennsylvania school attack

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 MURRYSVILLE, Pennsylvania (Reuters) - The 16-year-old boy suspected of stabbing 20 people at his suburban Pittsburgh high school on Monday used two knives in the attack, Murrysville, Pennsylvania, police chief Thomas Seefeld told reporters.

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