Four men dragged to court on injuring a man in Hurstville

Yesterday in 2020, March 21, Southern Sydney faced a disastrous situation.  A 24-year and a 23-year older adult got severely injured by a group of four men.

The incident sparked between the two groups inside a hotel at Forest Road, Hurstville around, 3:15 am, on Saturday 2020, March 21. According to the officers from the St. George Police area, before the argument allegedly broke out between the parties, they were drinking.

Young man on life support following brawl at Hurtsville

Hurstville: A young man is on life support after a vicious brawl at a hotel. Two groups of men were drinking at a bar when a fight broke out. A 23yo man was found with a serious head injury and taken to St George hospital in a critical condition. www.7NEWS.com.au #Hurstville #7NEWS

Posted by 7NEWS Sydney on Saturday, March 21, 2020

Emergency service got called after a 23-year old man was found lying in a gutter with a severe head injury, alongside, a 24-year old man was found suffering facial injuries. Both of the victims were taken to St. George Hospital, where the situation remains critical.

The situation escalated with two men escaping from the hotel making, them fall three meters beneath the grass embankment on Railway Parade.

The four men, aged 27, 25, 24 and 21, were arrested on the scene and taken to Kogarah Police Station, where they were charged.

The culprits were given no bail and are taken to Parramatta Local Court today on 2020, March 22. The names of the victim and offenders are not yet disclosed by the NSW police force.

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