Chris uses stab trauma to deliver anti-knife Message; THE VERDICT ON KNIFE CRIME TEENS THE VICTIM.TEENAGER Teenager
See also Adolescence.
high-school senior has problems with girls and his father. [Am. Drama: O’Neill Ah, Wilderness! in Sobel, 15]
teenaged film character of the 1940s. [Am. Chris Ikolo was stabbed by a racist thug as he walked home from school in broad daylight.
The 16-year-old was yards from his house when a knife was plunged into his back last September.
Chris - who moved to Glasgow from war-torn Congo five years ago with mum Beiotsi, 40, and brother Yohan, seven - feared for his life.
He said: "I tried to run away, then I felt a sharp pain. It got harder to breathe and I thought I was dying."
He was taken to Glasgow's Victoria Infirmary infirmary /in·fir·ma·ry/ (-ah-re) a hospital or place where the sick or infirm are maintained or treated.
n. where he had emergency surgery for wounds to a kidney. It took two months for him to heal and he remains nervous out on his own.
Now musician For the popular-music magazine, see .
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A musician is a person who plays or composes music. Chris is helping get the anti-knife message across.
He is playing a stabbing stab
v. stabbed, stab·bing, stabs
1. To pierce or wound with or as if with a pointed weapon.
2. To plunge (a pointed weapon or instrument) into something.
3. victim in play The Message which goes on tour next month.
He said: "No one should use a knife. They can do so much damage."
Scarred scar 1
1. A mark left on the skin after a surface injury or wound has healed.
2. A lingering sign of damage or injury, either mental or physical: for life: Teen knife victim Chris