The 30-year-old man fights for life after being hit with a rock in the head during a nightly brawl at a house party
- A 30-year-old man is in a coma after being hit with a brick in the head during a brawl
- The wild brawl at a house party was reported to the police on Saturday at 12:30 PM
- The victim was found bleeding from the broken skull on the floor
- He was rushed to hospital while police took seven other men for questioning
A 30-year-old man is in a coma fighting for his life after being hit with a brick in the head during a nightly brawl at a house party.
He was found on the footpath with ‘significant head injuries’ outside a shared residence in Brighton Le Sands, south Sydney, on Saturday at 12:30 PM.
A brawl had gotten reported to the authorities, sending the riot squad, police and paramedics to be sent.
While the victim was injured on the footpath, up to 15 men were in the house when authorities arrived on the scene.
The victim sustained a broken skull and was taken to St. George Hospital in a serious condition, where he is in a coma.
A pool of blood, two shirts and loose stones lay where a 30-year-old man was found with ‘significant head wounds’ outside a part house in Brighton Le Sands, south Sydney, at 12:30 pm on Saturday
Photos of the party house on Saturday morning show that there is a pool of blood on the sidewalk in front of the property.
Next to the blood on the front yard are loose stones, a toppled brick fence and letterbox, two T-shirts, and a Coles trolley lying on the side.
Police took a brick from the inside, which they said was used to punch the man in the head.
Last night there were chaotic scenes in the house, with emergency lights from police cars and flashing ambulances and a riot crew.
Neighbor Phil McCambridge was awakened by the noise and saw riot police arrive first to knock down the doors in the house.
“They had the riot squad there and they brought out a battering ram. A small battering ram and they knocked down one or two doors in the house, ”he said 9News.
The injured man was quickly treated by paramedics and rushed to hospital, said the neighbors.
Men and women at the party were lined up in front of the house after the emergency services arrived.
Seven men were taken to the Hurstville and Kogarah police stations to assist the police. They are not being arrested.
An NSW police spokeswoman said the investigation is ongoing.
“The investigations are still ongoing. No charges have been brought at this stage, “said the spokeswoman.
In front of the house are a toppled brick fence, a letterbox and a Coles trolley lying on the side. A wild row was reported in the house, sending riot police