By Mike Dougherty

By Mike Dougherty

TULLYTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A big brawl at a church fair in Bucks County last night ended with three people being stabbed.

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Authorities say several police departments were called to assist after an argument between teenagers in Tullytown got out of hand. It happened at St. Michael’s Carnival.

Four people were taken into custody, three people rushed to the hospital with stab wounds.

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Kevin Tabeek, of Levittown, says, “It was kind of hard for police to take care of it. There were so many cars, and so many variables. It was just something you can’t police.”

Isaiah Carpenter tells CBS3 Eyewitness News he was disappointed to learn about the fight.

“It makes it a bad look on my youth and my generation. For us to act like this at a county fair where we have little children and stuff and people trying to bring their families here, this is for kids to come with their families and have fun.”

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The fair was shut down by order of the chief of police. Authorities are still investigating and trying to piece together what exactly led up to the violence.