Parent of 8-y-o girl abducted from school, throat slashed appeals for blood donation

ST CATHERINE, Jamaica – The parent of the eight-year-old girl, who was abducted from school and her throat slashed on Thursday, is making an urgent appeal for donation of blood.

The child is currently hospitalised and is said to be in critical condition.

The girl, a student of Braeton Primary in Portmore, St Catherine, was taken from the institution in a motor car, transported to Vineyard Town in St Andrew and thrown from the vehicle.

READ: 8-y-o girl abducted from school in Portmore, throat slashed

Anyone willing to donate can do so at the National Blood Bank or any blood receivable location island-wide. The receipt of donation can be taken to the Bustamante Children’s Hospital or any blood receivable location island-wide.

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