NSW: Teen flown to hospital after high school stabbing

A TEENAGE boy has been flown to hospital after being stabbed at a high school south of Sydney.

The 16-year-old was reportedly stabbed in the abdomen during an altercation on the oval at Keira High School in Wollongong.

It’s understood the knife’s blade snapped off in the teen’s stomach.


Paramedics worked for up to an hour to stabilise the student at the scene.

He has since been airlifted to St George Hospital in a serious condition.

Police said initial investigations suggested the boy was stabbed by a fellow student who fled the scene.

A crime scene has been established at the school and is this afternoon being examined by forensic officers.

Investigations are continuing.