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Stabbings at Pennsylvania high school

Updated 10:40 PM ET, Wed April 9, 2014
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Parents and students embrace near Franklin Regional High School, where authorities say at least 20 people were injured in a stabbing spree Wednesday, April 9, in Murrysville, Pennsylvania. Sean Stipp/tribune review/ap
Accused attacker Alex Hribal, 16, is escorted from a district magistrate after he was arraigned as an adult on April 9. He faces four counts of attempted homicide, 21 counts of aggravated assault and one count of possession of a weapon on school grounds, according to a criminal complaint made public. Keith Srakocic/AP
A police officer blocks the entrance to the school on April 9. Brian F. Henry/tribune review/ap
Students leave the school's campus on April 9. Gene J. Puskar/ap
A police officer stands by the scene outside the high school on April 9. Brian F. Henry/tribune review/ap
A woman walks onto the campus of the Franklin Regional School District on April 9. Gene Puskar/AP
Students walk away from the campus on April 9. Gene Puskar/AP
Emergency responders gather in the parking lot of Franklin Regional High School on April 9. Gene Puskar/AP
Jenna Mickel, a sophomore at Franklin Regional High School, stands with her father, Richard, as she talks to reporters outside the school on April 9. Gene Puskar/AP
Emergency responders gather in the high school's parking lot. Keith Srakocic/AP
A pair of women leave the school's campus on April 9. Keith Srakocic/AP
A Salvation Army disaster services vehicle drives past a school bus and onto the campus on April 9. Keith Srakocic/AP