Girl stabbed leaving high school basketball game, police say

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – A teenager is in the hospital after being stabbed Friday night as a high school basketball game was letting out.

According to St. Louis police, the game was letting out at Clyde C. Miller Career Academy around 7:40 p.m. when shots were fired across the street on Grand Avenue. Everyone leaving the games was ushered back inside the building.

Officers said it’s unclear if the girl was stabbed before or after the gunshots. She was stabbed on her right side and remains in stable condition at the hospital.

Meanwhile, a St. Louis Public Schools spokesperson said the stabbing did not happen on school property.

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