20 hurt in school stabbing

Published 04/09 2014 01:04PM

Updated 04/10 2014 05:32PM

Latest: 4:11 pm, 4/10/14, Thursday
PENNSYLVANIA -- Students and staff who were stabbed at their high school Wednesday are recovering. Thursday, some began sharing their stories.

Authorities searched 16-year old, Alex Hribal's home trying to determine a motive. Hribal is being charged as an adult.

His attorney says he's a B+ student and someone who works well with others. The attorney says he's going to try to convince a judge to send the case to juvenile court.
Update: 4:05 pm, 4/9/14, Wednesday
PENNSYLVANIA -- A 16-year old student is in police custody following a stabbing spree at a high school near Pittsburgh. Twenty people were hurt; four critically.

It happened just as the school day started. The student was eventually subdued by an officer and assistant principal. Students say what they saw was surreal.

Authorities say whoever pulled the fire alarm during the attack saved lives since people evacuated the building more quickly.
Original: 12:04 pm, 4/9/14, Wednesday        
MURRYSVILLE, PA -- At least 20 people were hurt during a knife attack. It happened at Franklin Regional High School. Officials say four students were seriously wounded and taken to the hospital by helicopter.

The suspect is a 16-year old high school sophomore who's in custody. Police say he had two knives and worked his way down a hallway. No word on a motive.

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