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A teenage girl suffered life-threatening injuries during a stabbing in a New Rochelle Dunkin Donuts Wednesday afternoon, police said. 

The victim, a 16-year-old girl, and a teenage boy got into a fight with another group of teenagers in the Dunkin Donuts on North Avenue across from Iona College, police said. 

One of the teenage girls from the group, which police said included at least six people, stabbed the victim in the upper torso, according to police. 

She was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center, where she’s being treated for life-threatening injuries. 

Police are still sorting out the incident, so no arrests have been made yet. The Dunkin Donuts is considered an active crime scene and will be closed for part of the afternoon. 

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