An argument between two 13-year-old girls inside a Rosemont school for at-risk youths Monday night left one girl in the hospital and the other under arrest, according to Radnor Township Police.
An unidentified Presbyterian Children's Village School student stabbed a fellow classmate in the leg with scissors around 7:15 p.m., cops said.
The victim was taken to Bryn Mawr Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The 13-year-old suspect was arrested at the school located at 452 South Roberts Road, cops said.
Presbyterian Children's Village School “helps community members deal with (violence, neglect, addiction, poverty, mental illness, racism and other societal problems) and offers a safe haven for vulnerable youth,” according to its website.
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