Person Stabbed on GW Campus

A Greek event had just let out at the Marvin Center.

By Carissa DiMargo
|  Sunday, Apr 11, 2010  |  Updated 3:16 PM EDT
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Person Stabbed on GW Campus

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The George Washington University

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A person was stabbed in the arm early Sunday morning after a verbal altercation on the George Washington University campus. The victim -- not a GW student -- was taken to a nearby hospital.

The stabbing occurred in the 600 block of 21st Street near Strong Hall around 1:30 a.m. Sunday. At the time, a large crowd of people were walking down 21st Street after a multicultural Greek event at the Marvin Center. A GW spokesperson said they don't know if the event was related to the stabbing.

The two suspects, described as black males, fled the scene with two other individuals in a gold, silver or white Saturn southbound on 21st Street, reported the GW Hatchet.

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