Teen stabbed in the abdomen outside Bronx school: police

THE BRONX — A person was stabbed outside a Bronx school on Thursday, according to police.

Police said they responded to a call about young people fighting outside campuses at East 164th Street and Grant Avenue at 1:03 p.m. A group of four or five people demanded an 18-year-old teen’s phone, then stabbed him in the abdomen.

He was rushed to a local hospital and is not likely to die.

The stabbing happened directly outside JHS 166 Roberto Clemente, according to Teamsters Local 237, the union representing school safety officers.

Multiple other schools are located in the area.

It’s not yet clear if the victim is a student.