Friday, 13 January 2017

STUDENT STABBED 3 TIMES OUTSIDE COLLEGE FIGHTS FOR LIFE IN HOSPITAL




STUDENT STABBED 3 TIMES OUTSIDE COLLEGE FIGHTS FOR LIFE IN HOSPITAL

This shocking picture shows a student fighting for life in hospital after he was stabbed  three times outside his college.
Mohammed Abdullah Al-Maahir, 18, was knifed in broad daylight near to Joseph Chamberlain College in Birmingham, where he studies IT.
He stabbed in the chest, lung and stomach, leaving him so badly injured that doctors were forced to remove part of his bowel.
The teenager's family are holding a bedside vigil at hospital, where he remains in a stable condition following the attack at 11.15am Monday.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of wounding and released on police bail.
Mohammed's family took the decision to release a photograph of the badly injured student lying unconscious in his hospital bed in a bid to encourage witnesses to come forward.
STUDENT STABBED 3 TIMES OUTSIDE COLLEGE FIGHTS FOR LIFE IN HOSPITAL

His mother Saima also criticised West Midland Police  about security arrangements at the hospital.
She told the Birmingham Mail: “We feel extremely let down by police. There has been no security measures put in place at the hospital whatsoever.
“We have had to inform the hospital about what happened and we are the ones who have asked them to stop anyone from visiting him.
“I was contacted by the college informing me of the incident as opposed to the police, of whom I have had a brief encounter with at A&E.
“All I have received up to this point is a text message on Wednesday with the crime reference number and another relative spoke to a detective on the phone.”
The mum-of-three added: “We suspect a number of other people may have been involved and we are hoping to meet officers later today.
“All I can see is my son lying there in that bed and it’s very hard to cope with.”
Mohammed’s aunt Mahbuba said her nephew’s condition was slowly improving but he remained psychologically damaged.
STUDENT STABBED 3 TIMES OUTSIDE COLLEGE FIGHTS FOR LIFE IN HOSPITAL

She added: “He was stabbed once in the chest, once in the side, which damaged his lung and once in the stomach.
"He has had to have part of his bowel removed because of the stomach injury and the hospital staff said they will have to wait to see the full extent of the damage.
“They are looking to do another scan in a few days to check. The medical staff say he is making good progress though, but he is in a lot of pain and is psychologically traumatised about what happened.
“He is also concerned that he may be attacked again and so are we.
“We know this could have been so much worse, but we still think some security should be put in place.”






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