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Student injured in stabbing at Catholic High School in Brampton
17-year-old boy is expected to live. Three people are in police custody.
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A 17-year-old boy is in hospital after a stabbing in Brampton.

Brad Bowie from Peel Regional Paramedic Services tells Newstalk1010, the boy was transported with non-life threatening knife wounds.

Peel Police say they have three people in custody in relation to the incident.

The school where the attack happened, St Roch Catholic Secondary School, was under lock down for a number of hours, with several other nearby schools under a hold and secure.

Those orders were lifted just after 2:30.

All students involved are students at St Roch.

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A 17-year-old boy is in hospital after a stabbing in Brampton.

Brad Bowie from Peel Regional Paramedic Services tells Newstalk1010, the boy was transported with non-life threatening knife wounds.

Peel Police say they have three people in custody in relation to the incident.

The school where the attack happened, St Roch Catholic Secondary School, was under lock down for a number of hours, with several other nearby schools under a hold and secure.

Those orders were lifted just after 2:30.

All students involved are students at St Roch.

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