A MAN has been stabbed multiple times in an alleged road rage incident in Sydney.
The alleged attack is understood to have happened on Canterbury Road in Belmore around 6.30pm on Tuesday.
Police said a 50-year-old man was driving west in a grey Jeep Wrangler, with a 25-year-old male passenger.
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“While stopped at the intersection of Chapel St, two men got out of a white car and approached the Jeep,” police said
“The passenger was punched through the open window, before he got out and was involved in a scuffle with the two men.
“The driver got out and intervened before the two men returned to the white car and fled.”
During the scuffle, police said the passenger was stabbed a number of times.
He was rushed to Canterbury Hospital before being transferred to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, where he remains in a stable condition.
The driver was also treated for facial injuries, and has since been released.
The altercation is believed to have occurred following an earlier traffic incident on Canterbury Road.
A white Toyota Camry has since been seized from an address in Punchbowl and will be forensically examined.