La Salle Catholic College Bankstown student rushed to hospital after school stabbing


High school horror as a 16-year-old boy is rushed to hospital after being stabbed

  • Boy stabbed at La Salle Catholic College Bankstown after school ended for day
  • He was among group of students hassled for money by another group of boys
  • Manhunt launched for boy’s attackers who fled the scene before police arrived
  • Teen, 16, treated for back lacerations and taken to hospital in stable condition

A 16-year-old student has been rushed to hospital after he was allegedly stabbed in the back outside his school in Sydney’s south-west.

Emergency services were called to La Salle Catholic College Bankstown shortly after school finished at around 3.15pm on Wednesday afternoon.

It’s understood a group of students were crossing the road when they were confronted by another group of boys who didn’t attend the school.

Witnesses told Nine News the group hassled the students for money and when they didn’t obliged, a 16-year student was stabbed in the back.

 Emergency services rushed to La Salle Catholic College Bankstown after a boy was allegedly stabbed (pictured a student after the incident)

Emergency services rushed to La Salle Catholic College after a boy was allegedly stabbed

Emergency services rushed to La Salle Catholic College after a boy was allegedly stabbed

Teachers rushed from classrooms to assist the injured teen and provided first aid until paramedics arrived.

The teen was treated for lacerations to his back and was seen walking to the ambulance assisted by paramedics.

He was taken to hospital in a stable condition.

The students’ attackers had fled the scene by the time police arrived.

A crime scene has been established.

Police were seen arriving at the school with evidence bags as an investigation was launched.

Anyone with information or witnessed the incident to come forward and contact Crime Stoppers.

Police arrived at the school carrying evidence bags as a manhunt for the boy's attackers was launched

Police arrived at the school carrying evidence bags as a manhunt for the boy’s attackers was launched

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