CYPRESS, TX (NBC NEWS) - A suspect is in custody after stabbing as many as 14 people at a college outside of Houston, Texas, while investigators still try to piece together how and why it happened.
The chaos began in-between morning classes at Lone Star Community College.
"When we came out everybody was screaming and crying know we didn't know what was going on," said Jonathan Clayton, a Lone star Community College student.
They quickly learned it was an attack.
21-year-old Dylan Quick, a student at the school, roamed from building to building on the campus with a knife, injuring at least 14 people.
Witnesses say he appeared to pick victims at random.
"The guy that started it all, he was in their classroom and they said he had a box opener or something. Hurt two of the girls in that class," said Clayton.
Most of the victims' injuries were described as stab wounds to the shoulders, neck and face.
Four were so serious they were rushed to nearby hospitals by medical helicopters.
Two are still listed in critical condition.
Bethany Murk, 48, was arrested Thursday following a drug bust in Van Buren County.
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