. World News – AU – Parramatta School was closed after a teenage student was stabbed in a « targeted attack ».


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A teenage student was stabbed multiple times at a Sydney high school Monday morning in what police called a targeted attack.

Police and paramedics were called to Arthur Phillip High School on Macquarie Street in Parramatta at around 8am. 30 o’clock.

Police are investigating after a 14-year-old student was stabbed to death at Arthur Phillip High School in Parramatta. . Photo credit: Peter Rae

NSW Ambulance sent four crews and medics treated a 14 year old boy for multiple wounds on his back and arm.

Police have set up a crime scene and officers from Parramatta Police Area Command are searching the area. No arrests were made.

The teenager was rushed to Westmead Children’s Hospital with back and arm wounds. Credit: Nine

« It appears to be a targeted attack by another 14 year old boy. Both of the boys’ families are in contact and support the police, « he said.

« The apparent 14 year old offender is currently not in custody and we would ask if anyone has any information on this boy. Please contact the police or Crime Stopper. « 

« The police and emergency services were on site quickly. The injured student was taken to the hospital in an ambulance.

« Classes at the school have resumed. The incident is the subject of an investigation by NSW police. « 

« It’s absolutely horrible when we react to jobs like this, especially when it comes to someone so young. It’s a parent’s worst nightmare, « he said.

« The major concern is that while the injuries may not look significant on the surface, greater damage can occur at a deeper level. « 

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