Axe attack horror in Sydney as man and a woman are rushed to hospital with horrific injuries – and three females are arrested
- Two people have been injured in a suspected axe attack in Sydney’s south-west
- Police and paramedics rushed to an address in Glenfield on Saturday evening
- One person suffered a large cut to their leg and another a serious hand injury
A man and woman have suffered serious injuries following a suspected axe attack in Sydney – with police arresting three women over the incident.
Emergency crews were called to an address in Glenfield in the city’s south-west just before 5.30pm on Saturday following reports of an assault.
Paramedics treated two people at the scene before they were rushed to hospital.
The man suffered gashes to his legs and the woman suffered a minor laceration to her head, NSW Police confirmed.
‘Following inquiries, police arrested three women at a nearby house who have been conveyed to Campbelltown Police Station,’ a police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.
Police seen at the Glenfield address (pictured) on Saturday night after reports two people were injured in an axe attack
Officers have cordoned of a house in Glenfield and established a crime scene after the incident (pictured)
‘NSW Ambulance officers were called around 5.30pm with reports of people being attacked’ a spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.
‘We treated two people at the scene a man and a woman understood to be in her forties.’
‘One patient suffered a deep laceration to their leg as well as head injury and the other patient had quite a bad hand injury’.
‘There were reports of an axe and less reliable reports of a sword being used in the attack.’
‘The man and women were both rushed to Liverpool Hospital’.
Multiple police units rushed to the scene along with paramedics who transported the two victims to Liverpool Hospital
Emergency crews were called to Dobu Street in Glenfield (pictured) on Saturday evening