NORWALK, Conn. (WTNH) — A juvenile was taken to a hospital Friday after being stabbed outside a Norwalk school, according to police.

At the scene, police heard that two men were loitering around the basketball courts at Naramake Elementary School. Tyllis Gay, 21, then approached a juvenile on the court and punched him in the face. Dior Sebastian Bell, 21, then stabbed another juvenile.

Both attacks were unprovoked, according to witnesses.

Police found Gay behind Nathan Hale Middle School, but took off when they saw officers, according to police. The officers ran after Gay and was able to arrest him. Bell was found on Strawberry Hill Avenue.

The stabbing took place after school, according to officials. Police have not released the age of the person who was stabbed, but said he has life-threatening injuries. Officials initially said the attack happened on a football field.

“Norwalk Public Schools applauds the Norwalk Police Department for their swift action in this case,” the district said in a written statement. “We will continue to support their investigation moving forward.”

The statement stressed that the attack happened after school and that the two people involved were not on the property for a school-related event.

The district’s crisis intervention team will be at the school on Sunday for students who need social and emotional support. The team will stay on site through next week.

Bell has been charged with first-degree assault, first-degree conspiracy to commit assault and loitering in or about school grounds.

Gay has been charged with first-degree conspiracy to commit assault, third-degree assault and loitering in or about school grounds. He has been given a $50,000 bond.