Boy “stabbed in head” in front of pupils outside Glasgow high school

There has been a reported stabbing outside a school on the southside of Glasgow.

The Evening Times reported that police attended the incident outside Holyrood secondary in Govanhill at 5.20pm last night.

Witnesses have told how they seen someone with stab wounds to the head and neck.

They say he was either stabbed with a knife or a broken bottle.

He was taken into the school by police.

 

A Holyrood class was at the school waiting to be picked up for a school trip.

One pupil who seen the incident said: “It was horrible, he had blood coming from his head and dripping right down his neck.”

Police, including four cars and a helicopter, surrounded the area after the incident and were still there until late last night.

The Helicopter was seen hovering above the area for hours.

It is the second stabbing attack at a Glasgow school in less than a week after a 14-year-old pupil was seriously injured in Barmulloch.

It is not known if the incident was gang related or if the injured boy was a pupil at the school.

Holyrood is the biggest school in Scotland with a pupil roll of over 2000.

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