Woman is charged after violent attack in CBD as two female victims are rushed to hospital with stab wounds
- A woman has been arrested after allegedly stabbing two other women in CBD
- Police will allege that they were called to Adelaide CBD on Sunday at 9.45am
- Ambulance crews were at the scene following reports of two stabbings
- The 33-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault
- The two female victims have been treated for non-life threatening injuries
A woman has been charged with aggravated assault after two people were stabbed in Adelaide’s CBD.
Emergency services were called to the street entrance of the Ibis Hotel on Grenfell Street at around 9.45am on Sunday following reports of a stabbing.
The victims, a 33-year-old woman and a 38-year-old woman, have been treated for non-life threatening injuries at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, according to South Australia police.
A woman has been charged with aggravated assault after two people were stabbed in Adelaide’s CBD
The 33-year-old Adelaide woman, who was known to them, was arrested without incident when she handed herself in Hindley St Police Station just after 10 am.
SA Police Inspector Cameron Devey said police initially received reports of a woman who was attacked but later on found that two women had been assaulted.
‘We can assure the community that there is no other risk to any other members of the public and that we’ve got the matter in hand,’ SA Police Inspector Cameron Devey told ABC.
The woman has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault that causes harm.
It is believed she will be refused bail in court, according to SA police.
She is set to appear in Adelaide Magistrates Court on Monday.
Grenfell street was temporarily closed but has now reopened to all traffic.
The victims, a 33-year-old woman and a 38-year-old woman, have been treated for non-life threatening injuries after they were stabbed at Grenfell street (pictured)