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Police find 4 kids, man dead in house after reported stabbing

A woman was detained by police after officers responded to a reported stabbing at a house in Loganville, Georgia, and found that four children and a man were dead. Another child was found alive and rushed to a hospital. Gwinnett County police Cpl. Michele Pihera gave reporters an update at the scene.
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