A teenage girl stabbed a classmate at a Perth school

Australian Police / Photo: Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye / Avalon / Profimedia

A 15-year-old girl has been accused of stabbing a 16-year-old boy at Karin High School in Perth, Australia.

This information came after eighth-grader Alina A. (14) shot this morning at the school in Bryansko and killed Maria N, wounded several other boys, and then killed herself.

Emergency services arrived at the scene at around 10am Australian time. 9news reports.

The teenager was taken to Royal Perth Hospital with minor injuries.

The girl was admitted to the hospital and received appropriate care.

The police said after the event that there was no threat to other students.

"There is no threat either to the school or to the wider community, the situation is under control," informs the police.

The principal of the school contacted the parents in a letter stating that "the police responded quickly and there is no cause for concern."

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