Backpacks and bicycles kept as evidence littered the ground where a West Philadelphia High student was stabbed and killed after school Friday.
The 14-year-old boy was riding his bike with his brother and a friend when a fellow West Philly High student ran up spotted them outside the school on 46th and Market streets Friday afternoon, police said.
"He sees the three, he runs right toward them — from what witnesses are telling — he's got a knife in his hand and jabs one time the victim in the chest," said Lt. John Walker.
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The victim was rushed to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in critical condition. The boy died around 9 p.m. Friday..
A fight inside the school prompted the stabbing, officials told NBC10.
Police brought a 16-year-old West Philly High student in for questioning Friday evening. They expected to charge the boy with murder, said Walker.