The Queensland mother claims that the son was stabbed in a & # 39; disgusting & # 39; unprovoked attack by a classmate
& # 39; He didn't know this kid, he never saw him before & # 39 ;: mother claims the 13-year-old son was randomly stabbed in a & # 39; disgusting & # 39; unprovoked attack by a classmate
- A student's mother stabbed to school called the attack & # 39; disgusting & # 39;
- Shailer Park High School, south of Brisbane, was closed on Thursday
- A 13-year-old male student was rushed to the hospital with a stab wound on his back
- The mother insists that her son is randomly stabbed by a classmate in the attack
The mother of a 13-year-old boy stabbed in high school said she was disgusted & # 39; of the unprovoked attack.
Shailer Park High School, south of Brisbane, was bailed shortly after 2:00 pm on Thursday after the violent incident.
The teenage victim was rushed to Queensland Children's Hospital in a serious but stable condition, while a 12-year-old boy was taken into police custody.
Shailer Park High School (photo), south of Brisbane, was imprisoned shortly after 2 pm on Thursday after the violence incident
In an interview with The Courier Mail, the victim's mother rejected reports that there was a fight at the school.
The mother, who cannot be called for legal reasons, was told that the attack on her son was arbitrary and was not provoked.
& # 39; He changed class and bent over to grab his bag and felt he was stabbed & said the mother.
& # 39; When he got up and turned around, he realized he was stabbed. He did not know this kid, he has never seen him. It is disgusting. I just hold it for him. & # 39;
The school was already stuck when the mother arrived, what she described as & # 39; confronting & # 39 ;.
The 13-year-old person did not sustain any serious injuries and had to undergo surgery to repair the wound on his back at night.
The teenage daughter was rushed to Queensland Children's & # 39; s Hospital (photo) in a serious but stable condition, while a 12-year-old boy was taken into police custody
& # 39; He's fine now, but if we talk about it, he'll get upset and apparently sad about having an operation. Psychologically I hope he is okay, & she said.
Acting Inspector Grant Ralston said the police would continue to investigate the incident on Thursday evening, and confirmed that there was a verbal exchange of words prior to the attack.
Emergency services were called to the school on Leaf Street at 2.15 p.m. where they found the 13-year-old victim with a wound on his back.
Parents were notified by the school shortly after the incident in which they were informed of the lockdown and made sure that students were safe.
The lockdown was lifted shortly after the incident was resolved and students were allowed to go home at 3 p.m.
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