Knifeman on the loose in Sydney’s west as teenage boy is rushed to hospital after being stabbed multiple times in a morning brawl
- Knifeman at large following alleged attack against teenager at South Granville
- Police dogs and a helicopter are searching the suburb for the alleged attacker
- A 17-year-old man was discovered at a block of flats with multiple injuries
- He was treated at the scene and rushed to hospital in a critical condition
A knifeman is on the loose in Sydney’s west after a teenage boy was left with multiple stab wounds.
Police officers, dogs and a helicopter have been fielded to track down the alleged attacker following the incident on Boronia Street, at South Granville, after 9.15am on Thursday.
Paramedics found a 17-year-old man with multiple wounds to his head, neck, back and chest at a block of flats.
A knifeman is on the loose in Sydney’s west after a teenage boy was left with multiple stab wounds (pictured, emergency services treat a man for injuries)
Emergency services were called to the block of flats at South Granville at 9.15am on Thursday
‘It was quite a disturbing scene when paramedics arrived because we were confronted with a man who had lost a lot of blood,’ NSW Ambulance Inspector Jennine Kiely said.
Emergency services treated him at the scene before transporting him to Westmead Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.
A nearby resident described the chaotic scene following the attack.
‘I seen two guys helping a bloke out on the floor and I walked past him and the guy was in a pool of blood,’ he told 9News.
‘The bloke was pretty bad. He was in a bad state.’
A crime scene has been established outside the residence while police search the area around nearby Horlyck Reserve.
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A crime scene has been established outside the South Granville residence
Paramedics found a 17-year-old man injured at a block of flats on the street