Stabbing at UT leave one north Texas student dead

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AUSTIN – A stabbing at the University of Texas at Austin has left one student from north Texas dead and multiple injured.

Harrison Brown, a student from Graham, TX, was killed in the campus stabbing on Monday.

The suspect in the attack was identified as 21-year-old Kendrix White, a biology major from Killeen.

The Austin – Travis County EMS said the stabbing happened at 1:46 pm.

A UT officer saw the suspect carrying a “large, bowie-style hunting knife” which prompted the officer to draw his gun, telling White to get on the ground, which he did. Police took him into custody.

Three other people were taken to the hospital and one or two people walked away with minor injuries.