Woman drives partner to hospital after attacking him with a boning knife

A WOMAN has been charged with reckless wounding after she allegedly drove a boning knife through her partner’s back in a domestic violence-related attack at a house in Central West NSW.

Police said an argument between the 49-year-old woman and 41-year-old man escalated into a physical altercation at a house on Randall Street at Moorbell between 2am and 3am on Friday.

During the altercation, the woman allegedly attacked the man with a boning knife, driving it through his back.


The woman then drove her partner to Canowindra Hospital for treatment.

Police were called to the hospital where they arrested the woman.

She was taken to Orange Police Station and charged with one count of reckless wounding.

The woman was released on conditional bail and will front Cowra Local Court on Wednesday 23 August.