Video shows a 17-year-old girl holding the doors open to her mosque and letting in panicked students from Oshkosh West High School amid a school stabbing.
A 17-year-old girl is being praised for her “remarkable” actions after surveillance video showed her opening her mosque and ushering in students running from an alleged stabbing at their Wisconsin high school.
Duaa Ahmad, a senior at Oshkosh West High School, could be seen holding open the door to Oshkosh Ahmadiyya Muslims mosque and ushering in dozens before she herself went in.
“I just felt like I did what had to be done,” Ahmad told ABC News in a telephone interview on Wednesday.
Several foreign tourists as well as a guide and a police officer have been stabbed in the Jordanian city of Jerash, a popular destination for visitors.
Police sources told the Guardian at least three of those stabbed were Mexican citizens and that there might be one other foreign victim. Authorities were expected to release an official statement soon.
Spanish and other media initially reported that three of the victims were women from Spain but later reports suggested otherwise. A Spanish foreign ministry spokesman said: “From the information we have, there are no Spanish citizens involved, but we are still waiting for confirmation from the Jordanian authorities.”
A video purported to have been shot in the aftermath of the stabbings showed a woman lying face-first on the ground while others pressed a scarf to an apparent wound in her back.
A man wielding a knife attacked officers at Paris police headquarters on Thursday in a deadly attack that left at least four dead and wounded several others.
At least four people were killed, according to FRANCE 24 correspondent Karim Hakiki. At least five people were wounded in the attack, one of them seriously.
The assailant, who was a security official, was also killed during the attack.
Police in Tallahassee, Florida, are investigating a stabbing incident this morning, a police spokesman said. Police have a suspect in custody, spokesman Damon Miller said. https://t.co/HQgtW6FJqI pic.twitter.com/ufqem4z2ln— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) September 11, 2019
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Multiple people were stabbed Wednesday morning at the Coca-Cola plant in Tallahassee, police said.
The Tallahassee Police Department said officers were called to the plant on Maryland Circle around 8:37 a.m. and found multiple stabbing victims.
The officers gave the victims immediate medical attention, and they were taken to a hospital. The extent of their injuries is not known yet.
UPPER WEST SIDE — Police were on the scene investigating early Monday after a teenager was stabbed by a group of men in a Manhattan subway station near Central Park, authorities said.
According to police, a 16-year-old boy was stabbed around 1:45 a.m. in an attack by a group of up to eight men on the station platform of the northbound C train line at the 96th Street-Central Park West subway station on the Upper West Side.
The teen had stab wounds to the arm and torso and was transported to a nearby hospital in serious condition, authorities said.
The victim’s father said she was “minding her own business and somebody just decided to attack her.”
According to the Washington Post, Magill’s screams of “Oh, no!” and “Help me!” alarmed a couple inside a nearby home. They saw her laying on the sidewalk, covered in blood, and attempted to revive her.
Magill later died at a hospital.
District police say 24-year-old Eliyas Aregahegne was arrested that night at an area apartment and charged Wednesday with first-degree murder while armed. Police didn’t immediately release a motive, but said sexual assault and robbery have been ruled out and there’s no connection between the Magill and Aregahegne.