Campsie shooting, Sydney: Two people peppered with bullets in drive-by hit – as the city’s bloody gang war erupts yet again
- Drive by shooting in Campsie, Sydney
- Two people have been injured
Another terrifying shooting thought to be linked to Sydney’s underworld has occurred on Tuesday night.
Police rushed to to Canterbury Rd, Campsie, about 10pm amid reports of a drive-by shooting.
It is believed two people were in a car when occupants of another vehicle opened fire on them.
NSW Ambulance confirmed multiple crews of paramedics attended to the scene and treated a man in his 20s for wounds to his chest and head.
He has been taken to St George Hospital in a critical condition.
Another suspected gangland shooting has occurred on Tuesday night after two men were fired upon (scene pictured)
One man, aged in his 20s, is believed to have been shot in his chest and head was treated by paramedics at the scene and later taken to St George Hospital in a critical condition
A crime scene has been established at the scene of the shooting and at an underground carpark on Canterbury Road.
The driver of the car that had been shot at is believed to have fled to the carpark.
Firefighters were called to the scene of three burnt out cars in nearby suburbs Birrong, Berala and Yagoona.
They were able to extinguish the flames however the cars were left completely destroyed.
Investigations are underway to determine if there is a link between the shooting and the burnt cars.
More to come.
Police discovered three burnt out cars in nearby suburbs Birrong (pictured) , Berala and Yagoona with police currently investigation potential links to the shooting