Woman dies after stabbing at Winchester Public Library

02/2432018 Winchester Ma-Two people were stabbed at the Winchester Public Library. A police car is parked in front of library, where yellow crime scene tape is draped A person has been taken into custody. Jonathan Wiggs /Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

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A 22-year-old woman died after a stabbing at the Winchester Public Library on Saturday morning. A 77-year-old man seated nearby tried to assist the woman and was stabbed. A man in his 20s was arrested.

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