CLEVELAND – After leaving Castle Community High School on Tuesday evening, a 16-year-old teen was jumped by seven men near an RTA bus stop on Superior Avenue.
Fortunately, an unnamed “Good Samaritan” saw the young man bleeding on the side of the road and pulled over to help.
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