Teen stabbed in Macquarie Park, Sydney Metro station impacted


A youngster has been taken to hospital with a chest wound after a stabbing in Sydney’s north-west.

Paramedics arrived on the scene in Macquarie Park, close to the nook of Herring Highway, about 5.30pm on Sunday.

A boy, aged in his teenagers, was taken to the Kids’s Hospital at Westmead with a chest wound, a NSW Ambulance spokeswoman mentioned.

No details about his situation was instantly obtainable.

The Sydney Metro suggested prospects shortly earlier than 6pm on Sunday that companies weren’t stopping at Cherrybrook and Macquarie College stations as a result of an “ongoing police operation”.

Nonetheless, shortly earlier than 7pm, Cherrybrook station reopened.

“Macquarie College remains to be closed. Passengers wishing to journey to or from that location are inspired to catch a neighborhood bus service,” Transport for NSW mentioned in its alert.

Extra to come back

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