A teenager was between life and death Monday night in Côte-d'Or after being attacked with a knife by a friend of his in high school, a new episode of a series of school violence. The tragedy took place at lunchtime in the school Chevigny-Saint-Sauveur, near Dijon. Around 1300, a student of Second stabbed in a hallway of the first student, injuring two stab wounds to the abdomen before fleeing. On site at the end of the day, the rector of the Academy of Dijon, Cyril Nourissat, reported to the press of "personal problems between the two students," while the track was raised a dispute lovers. The girl was still in the operating theater on Monday evening at the University Hospital of Dijon, "with a prognosis remains committed," said the police. The attacker is "a student who had just arrived in Second" and "was not particularly noted" so far, in this school of about 700 students surrounded by ponds with water lilies, which he called "peaceful". After the attack, the teenager "left running, gun in hand," said Col. Christian Janus, commander of the gendarmerie of Côte-d'Or. He was then spotted "to 15:00, four kilometers from the school," threatening suicide to approach the police. "He spoke to slit your throat and jump," he told the colonel Janus, citing negotiations about an hour. "One of the gendarmes took advantage of a moment of inattention to master," he added. The policeman was wounded in the leg by the young man's knife. The latter was placed in custody at the gendarmerie in Dijon. No right of withdrawal of teachers At the Jean-Marc Boivin, after the assault courses "were normal" Monday afternoon, despite the establishment of a psychological unit, said the rector, professors have not exercised their right of withdrawal. According to the students interviewed, the young victim, internal section was in sports studies, making BMX (BMX), as his assailant. "The courses are normally available tomorrow. Teachers did not play their right to withdraw," confirmed the SE-Unsa (second union high school). Keep saying "hourly informed of developments," Vincent Peillon, Minister of Education, has "expressed his deep emotion after unspeakable aggression" on Monday, ensuring "the family and educational community of solidarity and support the most absolute. " Since the beginning of September, the attacks have succeeded in school, a sports teacher slapped a student near Poitiers to Marseille supervisor hit by a big brother came to ask for explanations. But not to the violence of a knife as February 16, 2012, when a schoolboy 18 years had been stabbed in the back by a student in his class at school Schweisguth Selestat, Bas-Rhin. "The phenomena of violence have increased in recent times but what happened in Côte-d'Or is atypical," analyzed Christian Knight, Secretary General of SE-UNSA, told AFP, confirming that the institution was known for his calm. The prosecutor in Dijon Eric Lallement had to give a press conference on Tuesday at 16:30.
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