Youth armed with a knife and an AX fight on a university basketball court & # 39; about a girl & # 39; – like a good Samaritan trying to stop the fight, was beaten and a teenage girl cut his neck
- The fight broke loose at RMIT University in Melbourne and fell into the street
- Witness said that two groups of young people argued about a girl
- Brawl included an ax and a knife, similar to a cardboard box cutter
- The throat of girls was cut open so that you could see her muscles moving & # 39;
- Hospitality workers hid themselves in fear before the police arrived
A teenage girl had her throat cut and a good Samaritan brutally beaten during a rough quarrel between young people in Melbourne.
A small ax and a knife were also used in the battle that broke out at RMIT University's basketball court at around 7.30 p.m. before ending up in a street nearby.
An unnamed witness who saw the fight between the two groups of young people said that a girl broke out.
& # 39; Apparently it was more than a girl … A man fighting another and then getting involved with weapons … they tried to stab each other, & # 39; the man told 9News.
CCTV recordings made for the violent confrontation while the police went hunting for those involved.
A bystander tries to intervene and break the fight before being brutally mashed and dragged over the sidewalk.
A teenage girl sees the bystander kicking before she cuts her throat with a cardboard box cutter.
& # 39; You could see her muscles move & # 39 ;, said the anonymous witness.
As the violence continued, nearby hospitality businesses burst in to stay safe.
& # 39; It was (crazy) and scary, so we just went back and closed the doors & # 39 ;, said a fast food seller.
But by the time the police arrived on the battlefield, the criminals had fled, escaping through the university campus.
A teenage girl burst her throat and a good Samaritan was brutally beaten during a wild fight in downtown Melbourne
A Victorian police spokesperson told Daily Mail that investigators from the Melbourne Crime Investigation Unit were investigating the incident.
& # 39; It is clear that two groups of young people became involved in a fight on a sports field on Stewart Street around 7.30 p.m., & # 39; he said.
& # 39; Researchers have been told that one man was armed with a knife and another with an ax or something similar.
& # 39; A teenage girl was thought to have sustained a minor injury during the incident.
& # 39; The investigation is still ongoing. & # 39;