Man stabs womans young sons in the head as they try to stop him raping her

A man has been arrested after he allegedly brutally stabbed his coworker's sons in the head as the young boys attempted to stop the man from raping her, a police report says.

Hengjian Ni, 39, then turned himself in just hours after the incident occurred.

The triple stabbing occurred on March 6 in Philadelphia, MailOnline reports.

Officers were called to the scene after receiving a report of someone with a weapon, according to the police report.

A 37-year-old Asian woman was found with multiple stab wounds across her body.

The woman's son, 15, has two stab wounds to the back of his head, the police report said.

The third victim, the woman's 10-year-old son, was stabbed in the back of the head and in his left leg.

Speaking to NBC10, a neighbour said that she helped the victims when one of the young boys fled down the street dripping in blood.

"She said, 'Help me. Help me.' She came struggling down the steps," the neighbour said.

"I told her, 'I called the ambulance. Hold on stay there.' She was like, 'My sons. My sons.' I was like, 'I have them. I have them. They're safe.'"

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The female victim currently remains in critical condition at Frankford-Torresdale Hospital and her two sons are currently listed in a stable condition at the same hospital.

Ni has been charged with three counts of Simple Assault, three counts of Aggravated Assault, three counts of Recklessly Endangering Another Person, Attempted Murder, Attempted Rape, and Possessing Instruments of Crime and Burglary.

The motive for the alleged crime remains unknown, although it is understood that Ni and the woman were co-workers, according to reporters.

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