A 6-year-old boy whose throat was slashed by his mom in April died at his Bronx school Friday while suffering breathing problems standing in line for lunch in the cafeteria, police and sources said.
It was the child’s second day at the school.
The article goes on to state the following:
Cops were called to PS/MS 5 Port Morris on Jackson Avenue around 11:40 a.m. for an unresponsive boy, police said. The victim was found unconscious and unresponsive inside the crowded school cafeteria, authorities said. He was rushed to Lincoln Medical Center in critical condition and was later pronounced dead.
The NY Post also provided the following details:
The victim, as well as his 2-year-old sister, had their throats slashed with a box-cutter by their 24-year-old mom, Shanice Martin, on April 27 on a Bronx street corner, sources said.
BREAKING | A 6-year-old boy whose mom slashed his throat in April died on Friday after collapsing at his school.https://t.co/XI0mvBa2py
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