Machete-wielding home invaders have left a bloodbath in a Sydney unit after unleashing on a teenage boy, leaving his family ‘traumatised’.
The 17-year-old was at home with his family at 1.15am on Wednesday on Simpson Road in Bonnyrigg Heights, in the city’s south-west, when two men in balaclavas broke in.
Armed with a hammer and a machete, the victim’s sister said the attackers went straight for her brother’s neck.
Pictured: Blood spatters on the toilet of a Sydney home where a teenage boy was stabbed in the arms
Pictured: A blood-soaked towel on the floor of a Sydney apartment. The victim’s mother saw her son sitting in a pool of his own blood
‘He went for my brother’s throat but he guarded his throat with his arm so he sliced both of his arms instead,’ she told 9 News.
Photographs show a blood-soaked towel on the floor and blood spatters smeared over the toilet.
‘I screamed and locked my door in fear … it was a really scary experience,’ the girl said.
‘For my family to experience this, it’s really traumatising, especially for my mum. She saw everything, she saw the pool of blood my brother was sat in.’
Pictured: Simpson Road in Bonnyrigg Heights, in Sydney’s south-west, where the boy was stabbed
The attackers fled the scene before emergency services arrived.
Paramedics found the boy in a serious but stable condition.
He was taken to Liverpool Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.
A crime scene has been established and investigations are continuing.
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.