Horror scene as two men are stabbed repeatedly at Brisbane’s Capalaba unit complex
- Two men stabbed in south Brisbane building
- The victims were taken to hospital in serious condition
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Terrifying scenes unfolded near a Queensland apartment building on Wednesday after two men were stabbed multiple times.
The incident occurred at a unit complex in Capalaba, almost 22 kilometers southeast of Brisbane.
A man was seen running out of the unit block, covered in blood, as he held his throat.
The distressed man was wearing nothing but black pants with blood all over his left shoulder and streaks down his arm.
A captured unknown woman rushed to the man’s aid as he continued to wander around the area.
A man (pictured left) was seen holding his throat covered in blood during shocking scenes outside a building in Brisbane’s south on Wednesday afternoon.
Lisa Holliday, who was at a nearby address, said Courier mail she rushed outside after hearing people screaming.
“I ran and screamed for gloves and started giving him first aid, I laid him down because he wouldn’t lie down and put pressure on the wounds ” she said.
Police and emergency crews arrived at the scene and officers from Queensland Police were currently investigating the incident.
“At around 1:25 p.m., police were called to an address on Denison Court following reports of a disturbance,” a Queensland Police spokesperson said.
“A 33-year-old man was injured in the chest and neck while a 50-year-old man was injured in the torso.
“A third man, known to both men, fled the scene in a white Ford Falcon.”
The vehicle was found near Redland Bay a short time later, with officers setting up two crime scenes.
It is understood the two men knew each other.
Queensland Police have established a crime scene in the area, after emergency crews arrived at the scene following reports that two men had been stabbed.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesperson told the Daily Mail that four people were treated for their injuries, and two victims were seriously injured.
“(Both men) were taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious condition,” the spokesperson said.
The other two victims were transported to Redlands Hospital.
“Two other patients present at the scene were transported (to hospital) … they had no visible injuries,” the spokesperson said.
One of the patients was a teenage girl.