At Least 14 People Are Injured in Stabbing at Lone Star College in Texas

At Least 14 People Are Injured in Stabbing at Lone Star College in Texas

April 23, 2013

A mass stabbing at a campus of the Lone Star College system outside of Houston left at least 14 people injured on April 9. The suspect, a 20-year-old student named Dylan Andrew Quick, was charged with three counts of aggravated assault and ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. The incident took place in the area of the health science center, where Quick stabbed people at random in the throat and head with a "razor-type" knife. He was eventually subdued by another student. The college evacuated its campus after the incident and remained closed for the rest of the day. In January, the North Harris campus of the Lone Star system experienced a shooting that injured three people.

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