The death of a 16-year-old school boy shocked the nation and the most of the front pages carried the news on front page….reports Asian Lite News
Scotland Police have launched a murder investigation after Bailey Gwynne , 16, died in a stabbing at an Aberdeen’s Cults Academy, a secondary school. The incident happened at the lunchtime. The pupil was rushed to hospital, but died from his injuries.
Another 16-year-old has been detained by police to “help officers with their inquiries” after emergency crews were called to a “serious incident” at the Cults Academy, which teaches around 1,000 pupils, just after 1.30pm on Wednesday.
In 2008, Cults Academy, which is the largest state school in Aberdeen, was the recipient of The Sunday Times’ Scottish state secondary school of the year award, due to its outstanding exam results.
According to the Mirror, worried parents were seen racing to the school following the incident.
A spokeswoman for Aberdeen City Council added: “We are aware of a serious incident at Cults Academy. Due to the nature of this incident, we will not be issuing further comment.”