QC stu­dent, 17, stabbed at bus park

Stabroek News Sunday - - REGIONAL NEWS -

A 17-year-old Queen’s Col­lege stu­dent was stabbed on Thurs­day evening at the Stabroek Bus Park and he has since been re­leased from hospi­tal.

Re­nee Daniels, a stu­dent in the Up­per Sixth Form, was go­ing home on Thurs­day evening when he was at­tacked by sev­eral as­sailants, who stabbed him about the body and emp­tied his pock­ets.

“They relieved him of ev­ery­thing they con­sid­ered valu­able… just run his pock­ets you know,” Daniels’ mother, who iden­ti­fied her­self as Ms Ch­ester, told this news­pa­per.

She fur­ther ex­plained that her son was taken to the Ac­ci­dent and Emer­gency (A&E) Unit of the Ge­orge­town Pub­lic Hospi­tal by a pub­lic-spir­ited cit­i­zen.

“He was left there and they called to tell me that my son was stabbed,” she re­lated be­fore not­ing that af­ter two days of treat­ment at the A&E and the In­ten­sive Care Unit (ICU), her son was dis­charged yes­ter­day. He was also asked to re­turn in four days for a checkup.

Mem­bers of the Guyana Po­lice Force have also vis­ited Daniels twice as they con­tinue to in­ves­ti­gate the mat­ter.

Mean­while, Ch­ester was thank­ing God that her child sur­vived. “God is good and he is in charge,” she noted.

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