Man stabbed during road rage incident in Belmore

Police investigating a road rage incident in Sydney’s south west this week, are appealing for witnesses, NSW Police say.

About 6.40pm on Tuesday (6 November 2018), a 50-year-old man, was driving west along Canterbury Road at Belmore in a grey Jeep Wrangler, with a 25-year-old male passenger.

Whilst stopped at the intersection of Chapel Street, two men got out of a white car and approached the Jeep.

The passenger was punched through the open window, before he got out and was involved in a scuffle with the two men.

The driver got out and intervened before the two men returned to the white car and fled.

During the scuffle, the passenger suffered multiple stab wounds and was driven to Canterbury Hospital.

Officers from Campsie Police Area Command were notified and attended the hospital.

The injured passenger was transferred to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital where he remains in a stable condition.

The driver was treated at Canterbury Hospital for facial injuries and has since been released.

Police have been told, the altercation occurred following an earlier traffic incident on Canterbury Road.

Following inquires, detectives from Campsie Police Area Command located a white Toyota Camry in Punchbowl yesterday (Wednesday 7 November 2018). The vehicle was seized and will be forensically examined.

Police are appealing for anyone travelling on Canterbury Road at the time, who may have witnessed either incident, or anyone with dash cam footage or other information that may assist the investigation, to come forward.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.

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