Police arrest 14-year-old boy after man stabbed at University of Sydney | EUROtoday

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Police arrested a 14-year-old boy accused of stabbing a person on the University of Sydney campus on Tuesday.

The emergency companies have been known as to the scene at Parramatta Road close to Camperdown at about 8.35am the place the 22-year-old sufferer was discovered affected by a single stab wound.

He is reportedly in a critical however steady situation. The authorities stated the 2 usually are not identified to one another.

The 22-year-old unnamed sufferer was handled for his wounds on the scene of the stabbing and later taken to the Royal Prince Alfred hospital.

According to 7News, the stabbing passed off in entrance of college college students as they have been strolling in the direction of their courses.

According to New South Wales police, {the teenager} boarded a bus on Parramatta Road following the assault. However, he was later arrested close to the Royal Prince Alfred hospital.

The motive of the crime has not been established but. New South Wales police say there isn’t a menace or threat to the local people.

A police vehicle is seen at the scene after a 14-year-old boy was arrested and a 22-year-old man was taken to hospital following a stabbing incident at the University of Sydney in Camperdown, Australia, 2 July 2024
A police car is seen on the scene after a 14-year-old boy was arrested and a 22-year-old man was taken to hospital following a stabbing incident on the University of Sydney in Camperdown, Australia, 2 July 2024 (REUTERS)

A spokesperson for the college was quoted as saying by Australian Broadcasting Corporation: “The safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and members of the community is our priority, and we continue to work with authorities.”

The college additionally stated there shall be elevated safety presence on the campus as police investigated the case.

This incident comes two months after a deadly knife assault at a beachside mall in Sydney left six folks useless and 12 injured. There was additionally an unrelated stabbing of an Assyrian church bishop throughout a service in Sydney’s west.

As a outcome, the New South Wales authorities just lately strengthened knife legal guidelines. These legal guidelines embrace utilizing metal-detecting scanners in public locations and harsher penalties for promoting knives to minors.

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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/sydney-university-stabbing-attack-arrests-latest-b2572268.html