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Australia Townsville student charged over Heatley State School teacher stabbing

01:25  29 october  2019
01:25  29 october  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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Heatley State Primary School in Townsville . Credit:Google Maps. They say they found her inside the school grounds armed with a knife after responding to reports of a student stabbing a female teacher . Senior Sergeant Scot Warrick said the girl received immediate medical attention after she was

The female teacher at Heatley State Primary School in Townsville is understood to have been stabbed in the chest and shoulder with a knife. She was rushed to Townsville Hospital along with a second patient who was also treated at the scene. The school was placed in lockdown as emergency

a sign in front of a fence: Parents of students at Heatley State School told ABC News they found out about the incident on social media. (ABC News: Sofie Wainwright)© Provided by Australian Broadcasting Corporation Parents of students at Heatley State School told ABC News they found out about the incident on social media. (ABC News: Sofie Wainwright)

An 11-year-old girl tasered by police after allegedly stabbing a teacher in Townsville has been charged over the incident.

Officers and paramedics were called to Heatley State School about 11:30am yesterday after a 56-year-old female teacher was allegedly stabbed in the back of the shoulder with what officers believe was a small paring knife.

Both the teacher and student were taken to Townsville Hospital.

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A student at a Townsville primary school has been interviewed by police after a teacher was stabbed . Police said a teacher at a school in the Townsville suburb of Heatley received a small, non-life-threatening puncture wound to the shoulder. Paramedics treated the teacher for shoulder and

A student at a Townsville primary school has been charged by police after a teacher was stabbed . Police tasered the girl at the school at Heatley , in Townsville , just before midday before taking her into custody. They say they found her inside the school grounds armed with a knife after

On Monday night the girl was charged with wounding, possession of a knife in a public place or school and threatening violence.

She will appear in the children's court at a later date.

The teacher has been released from hospital and counselling has been offered to both the teachers and students at the school.

Heatley State School was put into lockdown after the incident.© ABC News Heatley State School was put into lockdown after the incident.

A spokesperson for the Department of Education yesterday said in a statement it was "aware of an incident at Heatley State School in which a teacher was injured".

"The school initiated a lockdown procedure and contacted the Queensland Police Service and Queensland Ambulance Service immediately," the spokesperson said.

"Any situation that threatens the safety and wellbeing of students or others in the school community is treated extremely seriously, and dealt with as a matter of priority.

"Violence in any form is not tolerated in Queensland state schools."

On Facebook, parents praised the school's handling of the situation.

Police said parents had no reason to be concerned about the ongoing welfare or safety of their children.

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