Benalla P-12 College Faithfull St campus was battened down for nearly two hours this morning after a woman was allegedly in possession of a knife nearby.February 12, 2014 12:25pm
Benalla P-12 College Faithfull St campus was battened down this morning after a woman was allegedly in possession of a knife at a property in Helms Crt.
Benalla police were called to the incident shortly after 9 am, and students and staff were asked to remain inside the school buildings for nearly two hours as a precaution.
The 19-year-old female from Benalla was conveyed to North East Health Wangaratta by ambulance.
Benalla police said the area was locked down as a precaution, and nobody was injured during the incident.
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