UPLAND, Pa. (AP) — Two pregnant women were allegedly involved in a fight in which one slashed two other people inside a Philadelphia-area hospital room.

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Upland police say the pregnant women, ages 21 and 22, were fighting with a woman and a teenage girl inside a room at Crozer-Chester Medical Center on Tuesday afternoon.

Investigators say the victims had wounds consistent with an edged weapon and were treated and released from the hospital.

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Police say the pregnant women were being evaluated at the hospital and would be processed after their release.

Upland police Chief John Easton says the women were all visiting a male patient who is recovering from a gunshot wound.

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