The road rage plot takes a violent turn when the driver of a Toyota Yaris is allegedly stabbed to death in his car, with the men behind the terror incident still on the run.
- Man, 46, allegedly stabbed in Cabramatta, south-west Sydney on Sunday
- The driver was sitting in a Toyota Yarris when a car with two men pulled up next to him.
- The passenger of the Toyota Aurion allegedly stabbed the 46-year-old man.
- He suffered significant injuries and had to undergo surgery after alleged assault
A man was allegedly stabbed in his car during a road rage incident as police chased the two men they believe are behind the attack.
The 46-year-old man had to undergo surgery after he was allegedly stabbed at the intersection of Hume Highway and Cabramatta Road, in south-west Sydney at 8pm on Sunday.
Paramedics responded to the scene and treated the man for stab wounds before he was taken to hospital in serious but stable condition.
The 46-year-old man had to undergo surgery after he was allegedly stabbed at the intersection of Hume Highway and Cabramatta Road (pictured), in south-west Sydney at 8pm on Sunday.
Police allege he was driving his white Toyota Yarris when a black Toyota Aurion with two men inside pulled up next to him.
“The passenger allegedly exited the Aurion and approached the driver of the Yaris, before stabbing the 46-year-old man and fleeing the scene,” police said.
The two men have been described as being of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern origin.
Police are also investigating whether a white 4×4 driven by a woman was linked to the couple in the Toyota Aurion.
Anyone with information is urged to call Fairfield Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.