Hospital attacked by crazed women, three staff members stabbed

NEWARK, NJ – A disturbing incident unfolded in Newark Beth Israel Hospital’s pediatric intensive care unit on Friday morning. Two nurses and a medical student fell victim to a stabbing during a heated argument between two visitors.

The alleged perpetrator, identified as 37-year-old Firdousi Abdul-Hakim, is said to have used a sharp object to inflict injuries on the hospital staff. Despite the ordeal, the victims only suffered minor cuts and were immediately treated in the hospital’s emergency care unit.

The reason for Abdul-Hakim’s alleged violent outburst is still under investigation. Some sources indicate that she became enraged when told that the visitor count was too high, leading her to lash out at the staff.

Abdul-Hakim has been slapped with several charges, including aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a weapon, as per Newark Public Safety Director Fritz Fragé. Thankfully, the incident did not result in any injuries to patients or their family members.

The hospital confirmed in a statement that their security officers, along with the Newark Police Department, responded swiftly to the crisis and took the suspect into custody. The investigation into the incident is still underway.