SNOHOMISH, Wash. -- One of two teen girls who police said were stabbed by another female student at Snohomish High School Monday remains hospitalized.
One of the victims, April Rose, remains in critical condition at Providence Hospital. The second victim, Becca Staudacher, was treated at released.
According to police, the suspect, a sophomore girl, stabbed one of the victims in the chest and neck. The other victim was stabbed in the arm. The incident occurred at approximately 7:25 a.m. in a restroom near the school's Auxiliary Gym.
Both victims are freshmen. The suspect was taken into police custody.
Snohomish Police Chief John Turner said he doesn't know what started the fight.
"On my way to first period, I heard a girl got stabbed," said student Paul Garcia. "How someone could have that much anger against someone, to bring a knife to school and stab them, I just think it's crazy."
At the time of incident, the high school was put into emergency lock down.