By Randy Miramontez | Celebrity Examiner
MODESTO, CA – Three children were sent to the hospital early Saturday morning, including the teen responsible for stabbing a 13-year-old friend and her 11-year-old sister during a sleepover.
The mother of the 13-year-old girl believed to be responsible for the stabbing, heard screaming from the bedroom just after 1 a.m. Saturday. When the mother realized what had happened she contacted 911.
When officers arrived at the home located in the 2600 block of E. Orangeburg Avenue they discovered two sisters and a friend had been stabbed.
Investigators believe the 13-year-old responsible for the stabbing, attacked her 11-year-old sister and the 13-year-old friend, and then turned the knife on herself.
The Modesto Regional Fire Authority responded to the scene with two engines and a chief officer, this according to Battalion Chief Randy Anderson. All three girls were rushed to a local hospital where two of the girls are listed in critical condition, while the teen responsible for the stabbing was listed in serious, but stable condition.
Both parents were home at the time of the incident and there is no word on what provoked such an attack.
The home is located across the street from Sonoma Elementary School and all three girls were students from the Modesto City Schools. The Superintendent, Pam Able, told the Modesto Bee there will be counselors at the schools on Monday, but declined to identify the campuses since the principals had not been contacted yet.