Two teenagers stabbed in screwdriver and scissor attack
A community is in shock following reports of a scissor and screwdriver attack on a pair of teenagers in Solihull.
A 14-year-old boy was stabbed in the head and a 16-year-old in the chest after being accused of harassing a girl in Damson Wood, BirminghamLive reported.
The 16-year-olds sister said: My brother and five of his mates were coming back from the gym and stopped to talk to a girl they knew.
Suddenly a man accused them of harassing the girl.
My brother was stabbed in his arm and his side and a 14-year-old boy was stabbed in the head.
The younger boy was taken by air ambulance to the Childrens Hospital and my brother went in an ambulance to the QE.
He was stabbed in the arm and side but the doctor said he was lucky. Its a deep puncture wound.
BirminghamLive continued saying the Kings Heath mum-of-six found the experience frightening.
Ive never seen any trouble here. We dont feel safe now, she said.
Its just awful. My mum has always said to my brother “dont be a hero, if you see a knife, run”.
I want to thank the emergency services.They were amazing, out of this world.