CHELSEA, Manhattan (PIX11) – A 16-year-old boy was slashed once in the chest inside a Manhattan school Tuesday, police said.

The slashing happened around noon at a school inside the Bayard Rustin Educational Complex on West 18th Street in Chelsea, sources said. The teenage victim was taken to a hospital in stable condition.

There were two assailants involved, and at least one of them was a teenage boy, sources said. A razor blade was found at the scene, according to police. Authorities haven’t announced any arrests or what led up to the violence.

“All I saw was the victim was brought out with a wheelchair,” said Israel, an 11th-grade student. “I saw him in the first floor building where I was heading to class … They blocked the doors and I wasn’t able to go to my next class. I had to wait like two minutes to go out.”

A Department of Education spokesperson said educators and School Safety Agents immediately responded to the incident.

“We are committed to offering safe and welcoming schools for our students, and violence has absolutely no place in them,” the Department of Education spokesperson said. “We are providing the necessary follow-up supports to this school community, including emotional and mental health supports for any student who needs it.”