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15-year-old girl stabs 68-year-old woman to death in Fall River, police say

FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — Authorities in Massachusetts have charged a 15-year-old woman with fatally stabbing a 68-year-old lady.

The Bristol district legal professional’s workplace says police responded to a Fall River condominium simply after 5 p.m. Sunday for a medical emergency.

First responders discovered the sufferer, 68-year-old Ana Vazquez, affected by a number of stab wounds. She was taken to Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River, the place she was later pronounced useless.

The teen suspect, who had been residing within the condominium with the sufferer and her grandson, was taken into custody Sunday and charged with homicide on Monday.

The suspect faces arraignment Monday. Her title was not launched as a result of she is a juvenile.

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