Lidcombe samurai sword stabbing: Man rushed to hospital
- Man, 26, allegedly stabbed with samurai sword
- He suffered multiple wounds to his arms and legs
- Police arrested another man, 25, at the scene
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A man has been rushed to hospital after he was allegedly stabbed multiple times with a samurai sword.
Emergency services were called to Ann Street at Lidcombe, in western Sydney, following reports of a stabbing at about 12am on Sunday.
A man, 26, was allegedly assaulted by another man who was wielding the sword.
He suffered multiple stab wounds to his arms and legs.
A man was allegedly stabbed multiple times on Ann Street (pictured), Lidcombe on Sunday. He is in a serious but stable condition in hospital
He was allegedly stabbed by another man wielding a samurai sword and suffered wounds to his arms and legs (stock image)
Paramedics treated the man before taking him to Westmead Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
Police arrested another man, 25, at the scene of the incident.
A crime scene has been established as officers investigate.
The two men are not known to each other.
Anyone with information or footage is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.