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Two Chicago students hospitalized after school stabbing

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Two students are hospitalized after being stabbed by another student at a South Side Chicago school.

Chicago police said the stabbing occurred at 7:30 this morning in the doorway of Oliver Goldsmith School near the 10200 block of South Crandon Avenue.

Police said the two male teenage victims are being treated at Advocate Christ Medical Center in suburban Oak Lawn.

One is in critical condition. The other is in serious condition, according to authorities.

Police said the teenage offender is in custody.

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