Woman used pocket knife to cut 3 girls during SEPTA bus brawl: police

Investigators say a woman slashed three juveniles with a pocked knife during a brawl on a SEPTA bus near King of Prussia Mall. 

SEPTA Spokesperson Andrew Busch said the fight happened around 8 p.m. Thursday on a Route 99 bus around 8 p.m. near Mall Boulevard. 

Investigators say three girls and a woman got into a verbal argument that escalated to a fight when one of the females threw a drink at another. 

During the fight, authorities say the woman pulled out a pocket knife and cut the girls and herself. 

Responding officers from the Upper Merion Police Department immediately found three victims and located the fourth inside a nearby business. 

All four people were taken to an area hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

Charges are pending as of Friday afternoon, according to authorities.