TWO teenage boys became the latest victims of Britain’s brutal knife crime widespread after being stabbed to death within 21 hours of any other in apart incidents.
Schoolboy Osman Sharif, 16, suffered a deadly gash wound in the chest with a kitchen knife in front of a throng of associate pupils off Tottenham High Road, North London, just before 5.30pm on Tuesday.
He is conspicuous to have been murdered during a brawl which erupted after footage of girls fighting was shared on the Snapchat social media site.
His assailant pulled out a kitchen knife in front of a throng of students and plunged it into the teenager’s chest.
Osman’s older hermit was seen by witnesses using over to his physique and screaming “Help me, he is dying”.
Despite efforts of the paramedics, the teen was conspicuous passed at the scene.
A child aged 16 and a 19-year-old man were arrested on guess of murder and are being questioned at apart north London police stations.
The tragedy came after another schoolboy, Koy Bentley, 15, died from a deadly gash wound to the chest at a prosaic in Watford city centre, Herts, at 2.30pm on Monday.
He too was conspicuous passed at the scene. Detective Inspector Pushpa Guild from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit, said: “Extensive enquiries are stability at this time to settle the accurate resources surrounding Koy’s death.”
Meanwhile, a third teenage child was stabbed to death yards from Damilola Taylor’s school last Friday night.
Abdirahman Mohamed, 17,was found failing at 11.15pm yards from Oliver Goldsmith Primary School in Peckham, south easterly London.
Damilola was stabbed to death, aged 10, as he walked home from the school in Nov 2000.
Abdirahman, who lived in circuitously Camberwell, died as a outcome of a gash wound to his chest, according to a post mortem.
So distant this year, 12 teenagers have been murdered in the collateral – equalling the series for the whole of 2016.
Met commissioner Cressida Dick has affianced to make rebellious knife crime a top priority.
Anti-Knife UK founder Danny O’Brien conspicuous : “There have been 13 deadly stabbings opposite the country this month and we are only 7 days into it.
“The conditions is abominable but nobody seems to have a solution.”