WYANDOTTE, Mich. – Roosevelt High School in Wyandotte is on lockdown after a student injured a classmate in an altercation and fled the building, officials said.
Sources told Local 4 the attack happened in a bathroom.
The injured student is receiving treatment and doing well, according to a letter from the district.
Authorities said the student accused of injuring his classmate fled the building.
School officials said everyone is safe, but the lockdown is in effect until police clear the scene. Students can’t be released to their parents until that happens.
Update: Teen suspect in custody after 18-year-old stabbed at Roosevelt High School in Wyandotte