“Horror” over stabbing of teenager on netball court

Rainhill High School was today on lock down following a horrific incident on a school netball court.

Police and emergency services were rushed to the school shortly after 14:40, following reports that a 14 year old boy had been assaulted.

Following the incident, the offenders, who were described by police as being “two boys not from the school”, fled the scene.

Later, three boys aged 14, 13 and 11 were arrested on suspicion of assault.

Supt Garvey-Jones from Merseyside Police said – “I would like to emphasise that knife crime will not be tolerated under any circumstances anywhere on the streets of merseyside, let alone inside the grounds of a school“.

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Source: The Liverpool Echo online publication.