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‘She’s been stabbed!’ schoolgirl slumped on floor as teacher yells ‘get inside’

Following a stabbing incident at Ysgol Dyffryn Aman school in Ammanford, three individuals have been taken to hospital, with chilling footage of the event circulating online.

The alarming video captured the aftermath of the Ysgol Dyffryn Aman stabbing, where three individuals were hospitalised. Shared on social media, it showed a distressed schoolgirl slumped on the floor, prompting fellow students to raise the alarm with cries of ‘she’s been stabbed.’

Emergency services, including two air ambulances, responded today to Ysgol Dyffryn Aman school. The school remained under lockdown following the attack, which reportedly targeted one student and two teachers.

In the video, a female teacher’s voice pierces through the chaos, urgently instructing, ‘Get back, get inside now!’ as horrified schoolchildren look on before hastily retreating indoors.

In the background, another staff member is seen supporting a girl, while the injured pupil, still adorned with her backpack, is carefully dragged away from the scene. Subsequently, the school was swiftly placed on lockdown, with both staff and students seeking refuge within classrooms and the kitchen for their safety.

The Herald has chosen not to share the video or any images.

Outside the school gates, concerned parents anxiously awaited news, with local businesses offering assistance as potential pick-up points for students needing transportation home.

In an afternoon statement, Dyfed-Powys Police confirmed they are ‘dealing with an incident at Amman Valley School,’ stating that three individuals have sustained injuries and are currently undergoing treatment. Additionally, one person has been apprehended in connection with the incident, with authorities asserting that no further suspects are being pursued.

The police spokesman elaborated, saying, ‘Emergency services remain at the scene, and the school has been closed while investigations continue. We are collaborating closely with the school and Carmarthenshire County Council, and are aware of circulating footage of the incident on social media.'”