December 10, 2008 |
- one still critical
Randy Joseph, 25, who was stabbed in his chest by another inmate at the Georgetown Prison, was still in a critical condition at the Georgetown Public Hospital’s intensive care unit up to press time last evening.
Joseph was stabbed on Monday morning at the Camp Street Jail by another inmate, identified as Derrick Norton. The other inmate also sustained stab wounds that were not as severe as Joseph’s. The stabbing occurred at around 8:00 am on Monday, after the two were engaged in a fracas.
Joseph, who hails from Buxton, had being remanded to prison after he was implicated in a robbery a few weeks ago. The injured Norton is currently hospitalised in Ward B2 at the Georgetown Public Hospital.
According to hospital sources, Joseph was stabbed in the left side region of his chest, and is suffering from a collapsed lung and internal bleeding. The two were rushed to the hospital by prison officials at around 8:15 …