Ax attack in Australia, three women arrested

Ax attack in Australia, three women arrested

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A man and a woman have been severely beaten with an ax in the southwestern Australian city of Sydney. Three women were arrested. The investigation is ongoing.

Ax attack Performed May 8 in Glenfield, southwest Sydney, Australia, local television station 9 News Reports.

According to the media, one of the victims was a man and a woman. The first leg had gas, while the woman received a small deformity in the head, still according to the chain.

Police arrived at the scene after the facts came to light.

“Following the investigation, police arrested three women at a nearby home that had been transferred to Campbelltown Police Station,” a police spokesman told the Daily Mail.

Recovered by emergency services, Two of the victims were taken to hospital De Liverpool.

The investigation is ongoing.

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