TWO men have been taken to separate hospitals after being stabbed in a fight at a train station in Sydney’s southwest.
Emergency services were called to the Panania Railway Station at around 11.30pm on Saturday.
They arrived to find a man with a significant knife wound to his arm.
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He was taken to Liverpool Hospital where police say he is understood to be in a serious condition.
A second man was found with knife wounds to his hands and was taken to Bankstown Hospital for treatment.
The ages of two men were not immediately known.
A crime scene was established at the train station and a third man, believed to be aged 21, was arrested by police a short distance away.
He was taken to Bankstown Police Station where he spent the night assisting police with their investigation.
No charges have yet been laid.
Anyone with information that could assist police with their investigation is urged to come forward.
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