Transcript for High School Stabbing Suspect to Be Charged as Adult
Good morning, America. Breaking, new details overnight on that stabbing attack at a Pennsylvania high school. The sophomore student, now in custody, accused of using two kitchen knives on fellow students. We need ambulances here as soon as possible. New details on the 16-year-old being charged as an adult. And the father's words for the victims. Two students caught in the attacks, speaking out this morning. Searchers can track down the elusive black boxes from flight 370. A new underwater signal heard deep beneath the ocean. Are they narrowing in before the batteries run out? Breaking overnight, kidnap and rescue. A military contractor snatched from his home five days ago after going on a bike ride. The FBI swoops in overnight in Atlanta to rescue him. Did his high security clearance have anything to do with his abduction? And the new lord of the rings? Prince William happens into the cockpit with a ride from peter Jackson. The sky-high welcome for the world's most famous couple. And good morning, America. So much to get to this morning on that Pennsylvania stabbing. I just had to speak with the stabber's attorney. His only interview this morning. He says his client is scared, confused and depressed. He had a lot to say. We'll get to that in just a moment. First, let's get to the latest overnight developments in that story. ABC's Ron Claiborne starts us off from murrysville, Pennsylvania, where he's at the high school where all of this unfolded yesterday. Good morning, Ron. Reporter: Good morning, Amy. That chilling attack almost exactly 24 hours ago. Investigators say this morning that they know what happened. The mayhem, methodical mayhem, over the course of 15 minutes. The heroic actions of students and teachers. But what they do not know is why. It was just after 7:00 A.M. The bell hadn't even rung yet. At franklin regional high school near Pittsburgh, when suddenly -- I don't know what I got going down at the school here. But I need some help asap. Reporter: Sophomore, Alex Hribal, allegedly goes on a rampage, dressed in black and toting two eight-inch to ten-inch kitchen knives. By 7:10, authorities on alert. Witnesses described a shocking scene of blood and terror, as the suspect makes his way from the science area toward the front of the building, stabbing students at random. All the time, not saying one word.
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