Church worker is stabbed in broad daylight and left behind to fight for life & # 39; after a furious fight with a colleague & # 39;
- After a quarrel, the community worker was stabbed in broad daylight
- Tuesday afternoon police and ambulance were called to Alexandria, Sydney
- It is believed that the alleged victim initiated an argument before the other pulled knife
A municipal official was stabbed in broad daylight and left with life-threatening injuries, reportedly after a fight with a colleague.
Emergency services were brought to the City of Sydney Council Workers Depot in Alexandria, Sydney around 2 p.m. on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old man was treated for stab wounds in the face, neck, mouth, and upper body.
Emergency services were brought to the City of Sydney Council Workers Depot in Alexandria, Sydney around 2 p.m. on Tuesday (photo)
He had to have a blood transfusion on the spot due to the severity of his injuries before being rushed to St. Vincent & # 39; s Hospital.
Although he was initially supposed to be in a serious condition, it was upgraded to criticism after Tuesday afternoon.
Witnesses told Seven news the violence was an escalation of an argument between two loose workers in the recreation area of the depot.
The alleged attacker was arrested on the spot and taken to Mascot Police Station for questioning.
The police continue to investigate the incident, but sources believe that the alleged victim started the fight before the other took revenge.
NSW Police Chief Inspector Andrew Holland said the alleged attacker was being detained by other employees and bound while the police were being summoned.
Three workers were also taken away from the scene by the police because they are believed to have experienced the incident.
NSW Ambulance Inspector Dominic Wong said the man suffered serious blood loss.
& # 39; Therefore, a blood transfusion had to be provided, & # 39; said Mr. Wong.
It is believed that the couple had a fight in the recreational area of the Sydney Council Workers Depot municipality (photo)
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