Girl’s neck allegedly slashed with bottle throughout a horrific confrontation in Sydney’s west
- Man, 38, will face courtroom after a lady was allegedly struck with damaged bottle
- He was charged with grievous bodily hurt to particular person with intent to homicide
- Police referred to as to a avenue in Sydney’s west following reviews of home dispute
A girl has been rushed to hospital after she was allegedly struck with a damaged glass bottle throughout a violent home dispute in Sydney’s west.
Police have been referred to as Carlisle Avenue in Hebersham on Tuesday afternoon following reviews of a home violence-related assault.
A girl, 34 was discovered on the scene struggling a number of accidents to her throat and neck after she had been allegedly struck with damaged bottle.
A girl suffered accidents to her throat and neck after she was allegedly slashed with a damaged glass bottle (inventory picture)
Police rendered first help till paramedics arrived.
The girl was later transported to Westmead Hospital in a secure situation.
A 38-year-old man was arrested on the scene.
He was charged with inflicting wounding/grievous bodily hurt to particular person with intent to homicide, resist or hinder police officer and breach of bail.
He was refused bail to look in Mount Druitt Native Courtroom on Wednesday.
Police have been referred to as to to Carlisle Avenue in Hebersham (pictured) in Sydney’s west following reviews of a home dispute