Police: 2 Jersey City students attacked during lunch break

JERSEY CITY - Two Jersey City high school students were injured after they were attacked during their lunch break.

It wasn't clear what sparked yesterday's attack, which happened around noon at a site near Ferris High School. Officials say the 16- and 17-year-old victims were allowed off school grounds.

Police say one victim was stabbed in the shoulder with a sharp object, believed to be a knife. The other was hit in the head with a baseball bat, but their injuries aren't considered life-threatening.

Police believe the attack wasn't random.

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