Key Points:

  • Sioux Falls teen recovering from emergency surgery after stabbing
  • Three teens were stabbed in the attack
  • Go Fund Me page has been set up

A Sioux Falls teen has made it through emergency surgery and is recovering after a stabbing Friday night in Sioux Falls.  Authorities were called to the bike trail near W. 41st Street and S. Kiwanis Avenue after a report of a stabbing, KSFY is reporting.

Three juveniles were injured in the altercation, they are recovering in a Sioux Falls hospital.

Jenya Romereim is the aunt of one of the victims, Jason, 16, who needed emergency surgery after the incident.  She started a Go Fund Me to help her nephew.

According to Romereim, the teens were leaving the mall on Friday night when one of those friends attacked the others with a knife.

"My nephew tried to protect his friends, one of which was a female. He was stabbed multiple times and had his throat slashed. He ran on pure adrenaline to find help even with being badly injured," Romereim said.

Jason needed emergency surgery and all of the victims were taken to the hospital with multiple injuries.

"Jason is the type of kid who will try to help you even if you have done him wrong in the past. He is a great kid who did not deserve something like this happening to him," Romereim said.

Source: KSFY

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