A teenager was murdered after being stabbed by a fellow pupil outside the Durban school.
"It is alleged that at approximately 14:45 a male, aged 16, had a argument with the deceased a 15-year-old boy in Fifth Avenue, Ashley Pinetown. The 16-year-old allegedly stabbed the 15-year-old in the stomach once after having a verbal altercation," police spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala .
Emer-G-Med Paramedics' Kyle van Reenen said emergency staff responded to reports of a stabbing outside the school . Upon arriving they found a 15 year old boy in a unstable condition were by the did all the best to stabilizer him with the life support machine.
Van Reenen said advanced life support intervention was needed to stabilise him, before he was placed on a mechanical ventilator to help him breathe .
Unfortunately the boy passed away due to the injury he sustained on his way to nearest clinic. Then the suspect is being arrested and will appear not long. The police have open a murder case which they are busy investigating.
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