James Lick High School in San Jose was on lockdown Thursday afternoon after a stabbing that injured two students, police said.
The stabbing was reported around 11:25 a.m. at the school on North White Road. The suspect or suspects fled prior to officers arriving, and the two students stabbed were taken to a hospital, according to San Jose police.
SJPD said Thursday afternoon that one student was treated for non life-threatening injuries. The second suffered life-threatening injuries but has been stabilized.
Police said as of shortly after noon that the school was on lockdown and people should avoid the area while the investigation is underway.
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