Teenager stabbed in broad daylight outside Bronx High School
A teenage boy was stabbed outside a high school in the Bronx on Friday afternoon, police said.
The assailant stabbed the 14-year-old boy once in the back with an unknown sharp object around 2:30 p.m. near 301 Caldwell Avenue High School, near 163 E Street in Morrisania, police said.
Violence broke out on a walkway near the Paul L. Dunbar School, police said. The school is attended by students of the sixth to eighth grades.
“They were fighting on the field and he just stabbed him,” said one of the students who was watching. “This is old beef from the summer. They always go for it.”
According to a police source, doctors took the boy to a Harlem hospital in a stable condition.
An eyewitness student said the teen was an eighth grade MS 301.
The assailant, wearing a black coat, blue pants, and gray sneakers, broke away and ran west along E 163rd Street, police said.
There were no arrests, the investigation continues.
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