Girl Slashes Classmate's Face on NJ School Bus: Police

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    An alleged ongoing feud between two female Pennsauken High School students may have fueled a violent face-slashing on a school bus Thursday afternoon.

    Pennsauken Police say one 16-year-old girl used a razor or razor-knife to slice another 16-year-old student's face while they were on the school bus following an early dismissal.

    The alleged attacker was taken off the bus and into police custody. The victim was rushed to Cooper University Hospital where she is undergoing surgery at this time.

    A police officer happened to be parked in front of the bus at the time of the slashing and was able to respond quickly.

    "We hardly ever have any type of incidents like this at the high school," said Pennsauken Police Lt. Michael Probasco. "It's usually a pretty good campus here."

    The school is located at 800 Hylton Road in Pennsauken Township, Camden County, New Jersey.

    This story is developing. Check back for updates.