Listen to 911 call placed after stabbings at Mountain View High School

Posted at 10:04 PM, Nov 15, 2016

It's the call no teacher or administrator wants to make, forced to reach out to 911 because a student inside your school has gone on a violent attack, stabbing other students. However, that's exactly what took place at Mountain View High School Tuesday.

The 911 call (above) was placed from the school office just before 8 a.m. Tuesday after a 16-year-old student stabbed five other students, and himself, in the boy's locker room.

One of the victims managed to walk back to the office for help.

The boys were all taken to area hospitals with stab wounds to the neck and upper body. The injuries were considered serious but non life threatening.

As for the suspect, he ended up stabbing himself before he was subdued by school resource officers and taken into custody.

Note: FOX 13 has redacted a personal cellphone number given to the 9-1-1 dispatcher during the call. The rest of the call is intact.

Watch report by FOX 13's Robert Boyd: