EDMONTON — Two high school students were stabbed outside a school in Edmonton while trying to help a female classmate being assaulted by four suspects.
The violence at Lillian Osborne High School unfolded Wednesday morning after students finished writing a morning exam.
Police say two males and two females pulled up to the school, got out of the vehicle and attacked a female student.
The suspects do not attend the school.
Police spokeswoman Patrycia Thenu says the two Grade 10 boys who were hurt intervened to help the girl, who was not injured.
One of the boys was stabbed in the leg and one in the hand but their injuries were not life-threatening.
Teachers who were in the parking lot at the time of the stabbing quickly jumped into action, grabbing first aid kits, calling 911 and calming down students.
No arrests have yet been made.