A knife-wielding bandit sliced and diced at least 14 people at a Houston-area community college. Faster than a speeding bullet, but unable to outrun the Liberal meme, the bandit ran from building to building apparently looking for the place he left his assault rifle.
The unidentified suspect was arrested after a student tackled him on the Lone Star College CyFair campus, Harris County Deputy Thomas Gilliland said. Although initial reports suggested there was more than on attacker, Sheriff Adrian Garcia said a review of surveillance tapes showed “one and only one suspect.” But it has been reported that the assailant did not possess a regular knife, but an “assault knife.”
Garcia said the first calls to emergency responders about 11:20 a.m. CT reported a “male on the loose stabbing people.” Ironically, the attacks occurred in the Health and Science Center and it appears that the assailant attacked people in other buildings.
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The exact number of victims remains unclear. Garcia said 14 people were injured, with two refusing treatment.
Robert Rasa, of the CyFair Volunter Fire Department, however, put the number at 15, saying there were three people with minor injuries. He described all injuries as “consistent with lacerations.” Lucky for those people, the assailant didn’t have his assault knife in “auto” mode.
Four of the most severely injured and two others with moderate injuries were taken by helicopter to Memorial Hermann Hospital. Two were in critical condition and four were in fair condition Tuesday afternoon, hospital spokeswoman Alex Rodriguez said.
The others were transported by ambulance or personal vehicles.