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A 26-year-old who allegedly climbed into the car with her five-year-old daughter and stabbed the driver before he went into a disaster was arrested (stock)

Young mother, 26, is accused of stabbing a driver before she enters a grocery store and chops customers in a frightening knife disaster with her five-year-old daughter by her side

  • Reportedly, a young mother stabbed a father when he was stopped by the light
  • The knife was in a sheath, but the man still suffered minor injuries to his shoulder
  • She would then have attacked shoppers in a nearby supermarket
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A young woman allegedly climbed in the back of a car with her five-year-old daughter and stabbed the driver before terrorizing supermarket buyers was arrested.

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The 26-year-old, allegedly armed with a knife, walked with her daughter on Tuesday at 5.40 pm when she approached a car at a crossroads in the NSW coastal area of ​​Salamander Bay.

She opened the door and sat in the back of the car, occupied by a father and his 15-year-old daughter, before she would stab the man in the shoulder.

The knife was still in a protective case but still resulted in minor injuries, the police said.

A 26-year-old who allegedly climbed into the car with her five-year-old daughter and stabbed the driver before he went into a disaster was arrested (stock)

A 26-year-old who allegedly climbed into the car with her five-year-old daughter and stabbed the driver before he went into a disaster was arrested (stock)

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The mother then brought her daughter to a grocery store to send staff and customers out of the building because she caused small cuts and scrapes to a number of customers within & # 39 ;, police claim.

Officers arrived and arrested the woman without incident.

The 26-year-old is currently under police surveillance at the hospital and receives a mental health assessment.

Her daughter was taken to John Hunter Hospital, where she is treated for cracks in her scalp that are considered non-life threatening.

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