According to Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts, the incident happened near the football field and residence halls around 2:05 p.m. One of the players was stabbed in the chest — he was rushed to the hospital where his condition was labeled as “serious.”
Two others were injured and a fourth person has been identified as a possible suspect or person of interest, the Sun writes.
The incident was second stabbing incident on campus in the past five days, and third incident that attracted police.
On Friday, a male student stabbed his roommate with scissors inside the Rawlings Hall dormitory after an argument over the cleanliness of their room.
Police are investigating this latest act of violence.
SOURCE: Baltimore Sun | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty
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