Boy stabbed in face and neck outside school with pair of scissors

The Manchester Evening News is reporting that a 15-year-old has been left with three stab wounds and a broken nose after an attack by a fellow pupil…

The family of a boy stabbed three times by a fellow pupil outside Castlebrook High School in Bury say they are ‘distraught’.

The boy, 15, has been left with stab wounds to his face, neck and ear, a broken nose and two black eyes.

It’s understood the stab wound to his neck, inflicted with a pair of scissors, missed his jugular vein by centimetres in the attack on Wednesday.

A boy of 14 has been arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent, police have said.

The M.E.N. understands the attack took place just a few metres from Castlebrook High on Parr Lane as the victim, a year 10 student, was walking his girlfriend home from school…

The M.E.N. understands the victim’s injuries are not life threatening and he is now recovering at home…

A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said: “A 14-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent…

More at:  Boy stabbed outside Bury school was punched and kicked before being struck on face and neck

 

It is important not to get things out of proportion, but the last few weeks seem to have brought an unwelcome number of stabbing incidents in and around schools. 

 

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