Steve Smith did not know if the teenager who had just been pregnant was aware or not – so he did the best to try to make sure everything was fine enough. as he tried to stop the blood.
Mac a 'Ghobhainn had been standing outside with a colleague at Anzac Ave, mid Auckland, when he heard 18 years of age; screamed at 2.45pm yesterday.
He told him Herald The screams were very tall until he and his colleague ran into the teenager's attack – and looked horrible as if a man was in a hurry. again tired at the time with a knife in his hand.
"The two of us turned up so far and he saw us, let's get the knife and run down Anzac Ave," said Smith.
"My colleague tried to continue and I tried to help with a first aid because I'm a senior assistant. First and foremost, I responded to the patient's response and many were there. "
The police today said that the warranty, a 18-year-old agreement, would appear in a & # 39; court that was responsible for murdering an attempt.
The woman suffering, which is understood as the person recognizes, is still in a difficult but stable state of the hospital.
Mac a 'Ghobhainn had a & # 39; Try to stop the woman from going to her; bleeding as long as she was lying on the footbridge, working for a "few minutes" before other members of the public came to help.
"We tried to stop the blood, make sure that it's OK and sure, although she is uncertain that we would hear it. It was really awesome," said e.
Abhi, a servitor, did not see the attack but told him before Herald he saw the teenager lying on the ground.
"I talked to one of the women he saw everyone," said Abhi.
"Tell me that he was a bright man, a tall man, with a kind of kitchen knife in his hand.
She saw him hitting him in the back and in the # 39; the foreground.
"Everything I saw was a woman lying down, we all saw what's going on."
Sergeant Superintendent Scott Armstrong last night said that a 18-year-old man had been positioned soon
after the attack and he was lately arrested.
"This was not a random attack and the people involved are aware of it," he said.
"The police were on the scene quickly and there is no continuing danger to the public."
Armstrong informed the victim of the victim's victim and police support and victim support.
The police stopped the split's sight, and # 39; including the woman's handbag and other personal items left on the foot.
First aider supplies were not far away, including scissors, a first aid tool and a paper outlet also spread on the ground. There was blood on the footbridge.