Stabbed Columbia teen might have lived if rushed to hospital -mother

Brenda Narine, the mother of the teen who was fatally stabbed at Drying Floor Ground, Anna Regina, on Monday, has said that her son might still be alive if he was immediately rushed to the hospital.

Alex Narine, 17, of Columbia, Essequibo Coast, was stabbed to his back after an argument with a man at Drying Floor Ground, Anna Regina.

The teen was later pronounced dead on arrival at the Suddie Public Hospital. Although it was earlier reported that he was taken to the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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