HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – A 17-year-old has been arrested after allegedly stabbing another student at Hartford Public High School.

Hartford police were called to the high school around 11 a.m. Tuesday for the report of a stabbing. Officers said the 17-year-old, a 10th grader, and an 18-year-old, a 12th grader, were verbally fighting before the fight moved to the street. That’s when police said the sophomore stabbed the senior.

The victim suffered from two stab wounds to the left shoulder, police said. The student was taken to a hospital for treatment.

The 17-year-old was charged with first-degree assault and carrying a dangerous weapon on school grounds.

“Staff acted immediately and appropriately, placing a Code Red to ensure the safety of all students and staff,” school officials said. “The Code Red has since been lifted, and the school day is resuming as scheduled.”

School officials said support, including on-site counseling services, will be available to students, staff, and family.

Additional School Security Officers will be in place at Hartford Public High School, according to school officials.

There is footage of the incident, according to police, and the investigation is ongoing.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.