Blood spilt outside Buderim church on Anzac Day
LATEST: What was initially reported as a stabbing is now being reported as a bike riding accident, with a man transferred to hospital with a serious chest wound.
The man was transported from outside the Buderim Lakeshore Community Church of Christ this morning after he received a "puncture" to his chest and a large loss of blood.
Queensland Ambulance Service operations supervisor Brian Hughes could not confirm whether the injury was caused from a stabbing.
However, police said the victim told officers he fell off his bike, causing the injury and did not want to make a complaint.
Police said the victim was not interested in talking to police about the matter.
He was taken to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
His friends on the scene, a male and female, would not comment to media however appeared to be smiling and laughing while talking to paramedics.
UPDATE: A MAN has suffered a serious chest wound and massive blood loss, flying into a panic as paramedics tried to treat his injuries in a Sunshine Coast street.
Friends made a frantic phone call from Lakeshore Ave, Buderim at 10.24am, with inital reports the man had been stabbed in the chest.
Queensland Ambulance Service operations supervisor Brian Hughes said the 32-year-old male victim's anxiety drove him into a meltdown as paramedics arrived, but they were able to calm him enough to treat the "puncture" wound.
The man has been taken to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital in a stable condition, and Mr Hughes said his injuries were not life threatening.
Paramedics have not been able to confirm whether the incident was a stabbing.
UPDATE: Paramedics are assessing the injuries of a man reportedly stabbed in a Sunshine Coast street, just hours after the area swelled with crowds for the Anzac Day march.
The stabbing was reported at 10.24am at Lakeshore Ave, Buderim.
Three other men and a woman are also at the scene speaking to police, and The Daily understands the four are friends of the man.
Residents heard one of the friends in a frantic phone call in a nearby park after the stabbing.
Four ambulance crews and one police unit are now on the scene.
BREAKING: Police and paramedics are arriving at the scene of a reported stabbing outside a Sunshine Coast home.
A 000 caller reported the stabbing from a property at Lakeshore Ave, Buderim at 10.24am.
More to come.