Girls stab new mother’s chest after she told them to stop shouting in order not to wake up her sleeping babyBy Mason White 3:16 PM March 22, 2016
|Donna Cross with her partner and baby|
By: Feng Qian
Police are looking to arrest several teens on a charge of assault after they allegedly stabbed a new mother’s chest because she told them to stop shouting outside her home, police in the United Kingdom said.
32-year-old Donna Cross of Chatham, was stabbed in the chest by a group of wild teens around 8:45 p.m. on Tuesday, outside her home located on Southill Road.
Cross was rushed to the King’s College Hospital in London, where she had to undergo surgery. She has since been released.
According to the police investigation, Cross gave birth to a girl eight weeks ago.
Before being stabbed, a group of teenage girls were hanging out outside her house and making a lot of noise as her baby was sleeping.
Cross, who feared that they will wake up her baby, shouted at them to be quiet. One of the girls pulled out a knife and stabbed her in the chest.
A witness described the girl who stabbed Cross, as white with long brown hair. She has a slim built and was wearing a tracksuit.
So far, no arrests have been made.