Teenage stabbing victim, Seth Joseph, is back home after being released from Victoria Hospital.
His mother, Grace Joseph, has expressed her gratitude to the Vide Bouteille Secondary school which her son attends, for the support it has been giving since the recent stabbing incident.
“The Principal and teachers were all there for me and I want to say a special thank you to them,” Joseph told the Times.
The Mother explained that it was hard to find money to buy the medication needed by her son.
However she disclosed that the school came to her assistance.
She said she has not heard from the police.
“The officer told me he can’t do anything because he needs to take a statement from my son,” Joseph stated.
She said her son had been unconscious, but having regained consciousness for several days now, he has not been visited by the police.
“I just have to wait now I guess,” she told the Times.
Fifteen year old Seth Joseph was stabbed near the region of the heart by a student whom the victim’s mother said attends the George Charles Secondary school.
Grace Joseph said her son and his attacker, whom she identified as a sixteen year old who is known to the victim, were both in school uniform at the time of the incident last week.
She indicated that Seth and his sister were standing on the sidewalk when the assailant approached and shoved him, attempting to take her son’s headphones.
According to Joseph, her son pushed back whereupon the assailant whipped out a knife and stabbed him.