WHITMAN, Mass. - Boston 25 News has obtained the 911 call a teenager in Whitman made after he was stabbed by a classmate.
The teen was stabbed in the abdomen with a knife Sunday night. Despite being injured and bloodied, he still managed to call 911 on his own.
Dispatcher: What’s the address at Belcher Drive?
Victim: Just the top of the street. I got [expletive] stabbed. I’m sorry. I need help.
Dispatcher: That’s ok. Belcher Drive in Whitman?
Victim: I got stabbed. I need help!
Dispatcher: Who stabbed you?
Victim: He’s running in the house. I’m telling you. Don’t ask questions. Please.
After a minute, the line goes dead, but the teen's friend who was with him called back.
Friend: My friend has been stabbed.
Dispatcher: Where was he stabbed?
Friend: The bottom right part of his stomach.
Dispatcher: Is he conscious and alert?
Friend: He is conscious. I’m talking to him right now. Nik, you all right?
The dispatcher tries to assess the situation.
Dispatcher: Is the knife still in him or is it out?
Friend: No. No. It’s out.
Friend: I’m applying pressure. I’m applying pressure.
Dispatcher: Is he lying down?
Friend: Yes. He is lying down.
Dispatcher: If the cloth becomes soaked, ok, you want to add more cloth, ok?
He then asks about the attacker. The 16-year-old lives in the home where the stabbing happened.
Dispatcher: Any suspects still there?
Friend: He’s inside.
Dispatcher: He’s inside?
The victim's friend stayed on the line with the dispatcher for four minutes.
Friend: Hurry up. Please just hurry up.
At last check, the teen who was stabbed is in fair condition at South Shore Hospital. Police arrested a 16-year-old suspect who is charged with assault to murder.
An argument over social media appears to have led to a violent attack. Both of the teens are students at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School and since they are juveniles, we are not identifying them.
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