7-year-old stabbing victim Mikayla Capers released from hospital

The surviving victim in the double stabbing of two children in East New York has been released from the hospital. A hospital spokesperson confirmed that

The little girl was the surviving victim of

The little girl was the surviving victim of a double stabbing in East New York.

BROOKLYN - The surviving victim in the double stabbing of two children in East New York has been released from the hospital. 

A hospital spokesperson confirmed that 7-year-old Mikayla Capers was discharged after she and her friend Prince Joshua Avitto, 6, were stabbed in the elevator of their apartment building more than a week ago. 

Avitto, also known as PJ, died from his injuries. 

Kings County District Attorney Ken Thompson announced Wednesday a five-count indictment charging Daniel St. Hubert in connection with the stabbings. 

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