20 Hurt In PA High School Stabbing Spree

(Murrysville, PA) -- Twenty people are hurt following a stabbing rampage at a high school in an affluent Pittsburgh suburb. This student helped an assistant principal tackle the knife-wielding suspect.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett is on his way to Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville to meet with officials who are spear-heading the investigation of today's attack. A tenth-grade boy is in police custody, accused of using two kitchen knives to slash 19 students and one adult early this morning. Several of the victims were critically wounded, but all are expected to survive.