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At least 1 injured after stabbing on Cornell University campus

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ITHACA, N.Y.  — One person was stabbed on the Cornell University campus Wednesday night.

Authorities responded to the 400 block of Stewart Avenue on campus to assist a stabbing victim around 7 p.m., police said.

The extent of the victim’s injuries is unknown at this time.

The Cornell Daily Sun reported that the victim is unaffiliated with the university.

The CornellALERT system alerted students around 9:30 that the scene was cleared and the area had been searched around the Stewart Avenue Bridge.

Police believe the suspects left the area but are still at large, according to the alert. Extra patrols are in the area.

According to the Daily Sun, two suspects ran in the direction of West Campus. One may have been carrying a semi-automatic hand-gun, according to their reports.

The Ithaca Police Department is still investigating last month’s fatal stabbing of Brooklyn native Anthony Nazaire, which also took place on the Cornell campus.

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