Via FOX News—
The stabbing suspect was identified on FOX News as a sophomore with a brother two years older.
He comes from what was described as a “wealthy” family.
The suspect was described as being quiet.
Twenty students were injured – four critically – at Franklin Regional High School.
One security guard was stabbed in the abdomen.
Four students were flown to local hospitals.
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The Heavy reported:
Police have identified Alex Hribal, 16, as the suspect in a mass stabbing Wednesday at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, Pennsylvania. 24 people were injured in the attack, including 21 students who were stabbed. Eventually, police say, Hribal was wrestled to the ground by the school’s assistant principal, Sam King, and a security guard. One student, Ian Griffith, told WPXI: I was in the school, and I came down the stairs, and I saw the kid. Mr. (Sam) King was yelling at him, and I didn’t know why. I saw him stab Sarge, the officer. We both jumped on top of him (suspect) and immobilized him.