A high school football star was stabbed to death at a house party that injured three others, police say.
According to official records, 17-year-old Jimmy McGrath was fatally stabbed outside a home in Shelton, Connecticut on Saturday.
He and three other teenagers were reportedly stabbed when a fight broke out at the party.
The identities and condition of the other victims who were taken to the hospital have not been released.
According to ABC 7, a nurse who lives nearby saw the fight and rushed over to revive McGrath.
No suspects in connection with the stabbings have been arrested and an investigation is ongoing.
The US Sun has reached out to the Shelton Police Department for an update.
Fairfield College Preparatory School said Monday that McGrath was a junior there and a member of the football and lacrosse teams.
“Jimmy was a beloved student and athlete on the football and lacrosse teams and will forever be a member of the Prep Brotherhood,” the school said in a statement.
School President Christian Cashman spoke at a memorial service on campus attended by more than 1,000 people.
“I once again offer Preps my loving condolences and hugs to the McGrath family,” he said.
“May God bless Jimmy McGrath, born 2023, forever a man to others, forever a son of Fairfield Prep.”
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https://www.the-sun.com/news/5360050/jimmy-mcgrath-stabbed-to-death/ High school football star Jimmy McGrath, 17, was stabbed and three others injured at a house party as police chased the suspect