LevelMagazine – AU – ‘Absolutely Horrible’: School locked after teen stabbed multiple times

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A teenager was stabbed to death in an early morning attack at a west Sydney high school.

The 14-year-old student suffered multiple stab wounds to his back and arm on Monday morning at Arthur Phillip High School on Macquarie Street in Parramatta.

As can be seen from the aerial view of the scene in the video above, the boy was loaded into an ambulance on site.

The school had to be closed, but a spokesman for the NSW Department of Education said classes at the school have since resumed.

« Parramatta Police Area Command officers have set up a crime scene and an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident, » NSW police said in a statement.

« It is absolutely terrible when we react to jobs like this, especially when it comes to someone so young, » Ibrahim said in a statement.

“The big concern is that while the injuries don’t look significant on the surface, they can cause more damage at a deeper level. ”

Arthur Phillip High School, the state’s first public high-rise school, officially opened earlier this year and has a capacity of 2,000 students.

« This is not a traditional high school, it is at the forefront of education and offers excellent study spaces and special levels in science, technology, engineering, art and math to ensure that all students receive the best education », so NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said at its opening.

School, Arthur Phillip High School, Secondary School, Student, Jump-off, Greater Western Sydney, Parramatta

LevelMagazine – AU – ‘Absolutely Horrible’: The school will be locked after the Teenager has stabbed several times

Ref: https://7news.com.au

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