TULLYTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA – At least four people were arrested after the stabbing that occurred when a group of teens began fighting at Saint Michael’s Fair Thursday night, police said. The condition of those stabbed is unknown.
Authorities are investigating after a large brawl broke out at a church fair, leaving three people hospitalized with stab wounds and four others in custody.
Several police departments were called to the St. Michael’s Carnival in Tullytown after an argument between teenagers escalated into a large fight, CBS3 reported.
The fight began around 10:30 p.m. on Thursday at the fair near the corner of Route 13 and Levittown Parkway, 6ABCstated. The fight then spilled outside and led to a stabbing in a nearby Wal-Mart parking lot.