A 14 year-old Canadian girl went on a stabbing spree this week at Dunbarton High School in Pickering, Ontario.
Eight students were hurt in the attack.
Ambulances sit in front of Dunbarton High School following a multiple stabbing at the Pickering, Ont., high school on Feb. 23. (Globe and Mail)
Police accused 14-year-old girl of the crime.
The girl kept an online blog writing since mid-January about her growing urge to commit a mass stabbing.
Authorities are completely baffled on why the girl would go on a stabbing spree.
FOX News reported:
A 14-year-old female high school student is in custody after eight people were stabbed at a high school east of Toronto, police said Tuesday. All the injuries are minor.
Durham Regional Police Sgt. Bill Calder said officers were called to Dunbarton High School in Pickering, Ontario, Tuesday morning after a report about a female waving a knife around. He said six students and two staff members sustained minor injuries. Calder said four people were taken to a hospital with minor injuries.
Students described running from a girl brandishing two kitchen knives careening down the hallways of the school.
Kristina Petrovska, 14, said she came face-to-face with the suspect, who slashed the knives at her.
“I just ran for my life,” the girl said. “I just can’t believe it happened. She almost got me.”
Another student, Stephen Pim, said he saw a girl with a long black coat chasing students in the hall waving a knife in each hand.
“I heard the teachers say ‘clear the halls’ so I started to run outside informing people that there’s a student with a knife, you need to get to safety,” the 16-year-old said in a text message as he sat in a locked classroom inside the school.
This post was updated