CHICAGO—On August 26, two teenage girls were stabbed in the Englewood neighborhood after an argument that started on social media, ABC 7 Chicago first reported.

According to a police report for the Chicago Police Department, three teenage females got into an argument with another group of five people, four females and one male of unknown ages, at about 8:50 p.m., on South Parnell Avenue in the Englewood neighborhood. The confrontation was escalating when a female from the group of 5 attacked the teens with a knife.

A 14-year-old was stabbed in the chest and abdomen, according to a description from police. She was taken to hospital, and was later pronounced dead due to her injuries.

A 15-year-old was stabbed in the face, under the eye, and taken to hospital as well. She remains in stable condition, according to police. 

Another woman, 38, was also struck in the head by a bottle by someone at the scene, and was taken to hospital in good condition, police reported.

The identities of the victims have not been released, and no arrests have been made. The exact nature of their relationship remains unclear, but a law enforcement source had stated that the argument started on social media before the physical altercation. 

The incident still remains open, and officers and detectives are still investigating.