Health worker, 34, is stabbed in the neck outside a MdDonald’s as a 46-year-old woman is arrested1 min read

0
94

Health worker, 34, is stabbed in the neck outside a café before a 46-year-old woman is arrested

  • A community health worker has been stabbed in a brutal attack in Sydney
  • The victim was treated at the scene and rushed to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
  • Authorities were called to the scene and arrested a 46-year-old woman 
  • NSW Police are investigating the stabbing, and say the pair knew each other

Alex Chapman For Daily Mail Australia

A woman has been arrested in Sydney’s inner-west after the stabbing of a health worker.

The incident occurred just before midday on Monday morning, as a 46-year-old woman stabbed a 34-year-old woman in the neck.

Check this out  7.30 host Leigh Sales speaks candidly about her personal struggles

The victim was treated by paramedics at the scene, before being rushed to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, where she will undergo surgery.

The incident occurred out the front of a McDonald's cafe on Camperdown's busy Missenden Road (pictured)

The incident occurred out the front of a McDonald's cafe on Camperdown's busy Missenden Road (pictured)

The incident occurred out the front of a McDonald’s cafe on Camperdown’s busy Missenden Road (pictured)

NSW Police say the pair knew each other. 

The stabbing took place in front of a McDonald’s cafe on Camperdown’s busy Missenden Road.

Officers from Redfern Police were called to the scene, where they arrested a 46-year-old woman.

She was taken to Newtown Police Station, and is currently being questioned by police.

Authorities are speaking with witnesses of the incident, and are launching an investigation on the circumstances surrounding the stabbing.

Check this out  France `ready to agree close EU deal with UK after Brexit´

More to come

The victim was taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, further up the road from the attack

The victim was taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, further up the road from the attack

The victim was taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, further up the road from the attack

Advertisement