Man charged with attempted murder for frenzied stabbing
UPDATE: Police have charged a man following an alleged stabbing incident at Warwick yesterday.
It will be alleged at about 5pm an altercation occurred between two men in front of a Tooth Street residence.
During the altercation one of the men received four stab wounds to his chest and stomach.
The two men are known to each other.
A 32-year-old Warwick man was transported to the Warwick then Princess Alexandra Hospital, where he is believed to be in a stable condition.
A 28-year-old Warwick man has been charged with one count of attempted murder and is expected to appear at the Warwick Magistrates Court tomorrow, August 29
LAST NIGHT: A MAN has been stabbed at an address in Warwick this evening.
Queensland Ambulance Service media have confirmed the man was transported by the LifeFlight helicopter to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.
Daily News sources have told that the man was ambushed in the driveway of a Tooth St address by three men at about 5pm.
Sources say the victim was beaten with steel pipes before being stabbed.
Warwick police confirmed the male victim has been airlifted to Brisbane with injuries that at this stage do not appear to be life threatening.
They also confirm that the victims and his attackers were known to each other and at this stage it appears to be a dispute that has spiralled out of control.
One man is in police custody and has been detained for questioning.
Scenes of Crime officers are investigating.