Update: 2 students, 1 teacher injured in fight involving a knife at a Baltimore City school
On Thursday morning, a student at the Academy for College and Career Exploration brought a knife to school and got into an altercation with another student, Baltimore City Public School officials said.Officials say 5 people were involved including 4 students and a staff member who intervened. Three people were injured. The school building was locked down from 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. The student who brought the weapon accidentally cut herself, school officials said in a statement.The other student received a cut above her eye, but it’s unclear what caused the injury. ALSO READ | 1 person taken to hospital in Baltimore County shooting, police sayAccording to school officials, a teacher who intervened also received minor injuries, but it’s unclear if the staff member’s injuries are from the knife. The incident was contained in one area of the school, and school police officers reported there was no need for a lockdown.The student who brought the knife to school was taken into custody.