One person was stabbed and four others injured after a fight involving a large group of teens broke out in Northern Westchester, state police said.
At approximately 9 p.m., on Saturday, Feb. 8, troopers were dispatched to the Hudson Valley Hospital for a report of multiple teenagers suffering from wounds consistent with a large fight.
The fight happened on Cardinal Road in the town of Cortlandt, police say.
One 16-year-old suffered stab wounds considered non-life-threatening. The four additional known victims were also treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
State Police are saying there could have been more than 30 teenagers involved in the incident.
State Police investigators are asking all the teenagers and their parents to come forward to speak to the state police investigators at 914-769-2600.
All calls can be kept confidential.
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