SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — A student was stabbed in the parking lot of a Maryland high school on Monday morning and the school is sheltering in place, authorities said.

Officers were called to Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring around 10 a.m. for a student who had been stabbed, Montgomery County police said in a news release. One student was taken to a hospital with injuries that weren’t considered life-threatening and police said a suspect is not in custody. Both are juveniles and students at the school, police said.

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There’s no active threat to the school, police said.

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After initially tweeting that the school was locked down after an incident in the parking lot, Principal Renay Johnson tweeted an update before noon that the school had moved to a shelter-in-place status. She said students were having lunch inside and doors were being monitored.

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