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A woman is removed from the 105th Precinct after allegedly stabbing her 9-year-old daughter.

A nine-year-old girl remains in stable but guarded condition after she was allegedly stabbed by her own mother.

The incident happened on Tuesday, May 29 in a Springfield Gardens home where the pair, from Suffolk County, had been visiting.

“We’re still trying to sort out the facts, the reason why this happened,” Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly reportedly said at a press conference.

The girl was stabbed in the head and back. Reportedly, a man intervened to stop the attack. The woman, 44, was arrested on the scene and cops reportedly recovered a knife.

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