Man’s lung punctured in frenzied knife attack

A MAN has undergone surgery after his lung was punctured in a frenzied knife attack in Sydney’s southwest.

Police said the man was stabbed multiple times during a fight on Soldiers Parade at Edmondson Park about 3am.

It’s understood two groups of people began brawling before the occupants of a third vehicle joined-in the melee.


Police said a Range Rover was used to ram a Toyota Tarago during the incident.

One man had his lung punctured after he was stabbed multiple times.

He was rushed to Liverpool Hospital where he was undergoing surgery early this morning.

His condition is not known.

Two other men were taken to the same hospital with less serious injuries, police said.

A crime scene was established and forensically examined while officers spoke with numerous witnesses.

No arrests have yet been made. Investigations are continuing.

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