Please don't blame the source they only report the news. HAS ANYONE ELSE EVEN HEARD OF THIS?? [h=1]Black man in hoodie stabs white girl 11 times[/h] [h=2]'She came home from work, and her body was full of holes'[/h] Police in New York City are trying to find a black man wearing a hoodie who is responsible for a horrific attack on a teenage white girl who was stabbed 11 times just steps from her front door. The knife-wielding maniac ambushed Natasha Martinez, 17, as she returned home from working her shift at a local McDonaldâ€™s restaurant. Natasha Martinez, 17, was stabbed outside her NYC home/Photo: CBS 2 Hearing her daughterâ€™s screams, Natashaâ€™s mother, Wendy Martinez, came running outside â€” and the bloodthirsty attacker fled. â€œShe came home from work, and her body was full of holes,â€ Wendy Martinez told the New York Daily News. â€œI was holding her because she was going to fall. Her face was turning white, and I slapped her. I was telling her, â€˜You have to stay alive.â€™â€ Wendy Martinez, 40, ran to her daughter's aid after hearing her screams The teen is recovering at Jamaica Hospital, in the borough of Queens, after undergoing surgery for stab wounds to her back, arms, stomach and kidney. Doctors had to remove a vein from her leg and put it in her arm. Her mother describes her condition as â€œreally bad.â€ â€œThis is so difficult,â€ said Natashaâ€™s mom. â€œYou raise your child, take care of them since they were a baby, and then something like this happens.â€ Get the book that documents racial violence in America, with hundreds of episodes in more than 80 American cities since 2010, where groups of blacks are assaulting, intimidating, stalking, threatening, shooting, stabbing and killing victims. Several neighbors said they heard Natashaâ€™s screams the night of the attack. Blood stains on the sidewalk outside the girl's home â€œI think she was screaming help or something,â€ witness Christopher Lopez told WCBS-TV. â€œThen all of a sudden, I heard the screams get louder and I said, â€˜Let me take a look,â€™â€ said witness Teddy Betancourt, â€œand it was the girlâ€™s mother, holding her up, screaming â€” looked like she passed out.â€ Many in the neighborhood were unaware of the attack until police knocked on their doors. â€œItâ€™s not a violent environment,â€ neighbor Edwin Martinez told the TV station. â€œYou know, people donâ€™t get stabbed and shot here. Itâ€™s a nice neighborhood.â€ Cops are still searching for the assailant and are looking at surveillance video from Monday to see if the suspect may have started following Martinez from McDonaldâ€™s or a nearby sandwich shop where she stopped to eat before heading home. A hoodie-wearing man can be seen in the video. Police also recovered a bloody kitchen knife with a 6-inch blade in the buildingâ€™s vestibule. â€œWe donâ€™t have an arrest, and we donâ€™t have a motive at this juncture,â€ Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said. Kelly told WNBC-TV police are also looking into the possibility the attack is connected to another mysterious stabbing of a woman in front of her home in Queens in June. A 36-year-old woman on her way to work early in the morning was stabbed seven times. A man wearing a hooded sweatshirt was seen running from the scene in that attack. â€œWeâ€™re looking at similarities between this and an event that happened in Qeens, Kelly told the TV station. â€œWeâ€™re seeing if itâ€™s a pattern here.â€ The victims in both cases suffered critical injuries.