Teen Stabbed to Death During Ravens Parade; Fan KOed For Wearing Steelers Jersey
Three teenagers were stabbed in a dispute Tuesday afternoon around the same time the majority of Baltimore were still riding the high from the Ravens Super Bowl win.
The Baltimore Police do not believe that the stabbings were related to the Ravens Super Bowl Parade, but they can’t confirm if the teens were downtown because of the celebration.
No one knows what started the altercation, but it has left one teenage dead.
Here are the details according to the Baltimore Sun.
Baltimore police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the stabbing occurred around1:30 p.m. near the intersection of North Howard and West Fayette Streets. He said one of the three victims, a juvenile, went into cardiac arrest and was rushed into surgery at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, where the youth died.
The other two stabbing victims were taken to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. One was listed in critical condition; the other was expected to live, police said.
Unrelated to the stabbing the Steelers fan you see in the photo above was knocked out simply because he was wearing a Ben Roethlisberger jersey. Sad that violence had to marred what was suppose to be a happy day for the city of Baltimore.