Two teens fighting for life after Sydney stabbing

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Two teenagers are fighting for life after being stabbed outside an inner-city Sydney hotel where they had been celebrating a birthday. 9News

Police still haven't found a weapon and say they are getting no help from witnesses after the attack outside the Norfolk Hotel on Cleveland Street, Redfern, about 4am on Sunday.

The three men who were hurt, all from Western Sydney, had been at a 22nd birthday party at the venue, a booking of up to 300 people.Once it finished, police were called to move on the group, which spilled onto nearby streets about 3am. Officers said they found an 18-year-old unconscious and bleeding heavily after being stabbed in the stomach, and a 19-year-old also critical with a stab wound to the chest.Police still haven't found a weapon, and are getting no help from witnesses after the attack outside the Norfolk Hotel on Cleveland Street, Redfern at about 4am on Sunday.

Superintendent Rod Hart from NSW Police said officers were trying to work out what happened to the men and if anybody else was involved."A number of witnesses have been spoken to at the scene. Unfortunately they have not been forthcoming with what exactly has occurred."Inspector Dominic Wong from NSW Ambulance said arriving paramedics had "great concern for all three patients".


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