City hit by six stabbings in just six weeks leaving two dead



Birmingham has suffered one of its darkest periods for knife crime - with an average of one serious stabbing now taking place every week (see locations above).
Five out of six incidents have happened on the streets of the city, rocking communities, leaving three in hospital and resulting in two fatalities.
The latest stabbing cost the life of 17-year-old Camran Green , from Wednesbury, who died in hospital after being stabbed in Cheltenham on October 2.
In total the region has seen six serious stabbings in six weeks.
The surge comes as the Sentencing Council for England and Wales announced... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 33
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