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Two teens stabbed outside west-end Toronto school: police

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Police say two teens have suffered non-life threatening injuries in a stabbing outside a school in west-end Toronto.

Sgt. Wayne Jackson says there was an altercation early Wednesday afternoon outside Burnhamthorpe Collegiate and two male victims were taken to hospital.

Jackson could not say if those involved were students at the school.

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He says there are a "few suspects outstanding."

Jackson says investigators were using security video in an effort to see what happened and identify suspects.

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