Greenacre shooting: Two men and woman fighting for their lives arrive at hospital after being shot in their car
Two men fighting for their lives after the shooting The woman also rushed to the hospital
Two men left fighting for their lives and a woman was taken to hospital after being shot in their car.
The three were sitting in two parked cars before the shooting on Mevic Street in Greenacre, south-west Sydney, at 2.15am on Sunday.
Emergency services were called to the scene with injuries to a 25-year-old man in one car and a 22-year-old man and 19-year-old woman in the other.
NSW Police believe the early morning attack was targeted.
Both men are in critical condition and the woman is in stable condition as they are being treated at the hospital.
Two men left fighting for their lives and a woman was taken to hospital after being shot in their car (pictured, police at the scene of the crime).
Five minutes after the shooting, residents discovered a nearby car had been set on fire in Amy Street, Regent’s Park.
Superintendent Simon Glasser said police were looking for at least one male shooter and urged members of the public to come forward with information.
‘It’s terrible behaviour,’ he told reporters.
‘This is a very serious offence. People shoot at people, it can be a death at this stage, and still can be.’
‘We consider it our highest and we will put all our resources into it.’
Police believe the early morning attack was targeted and have launched an investigation
Super Glasser could not confirm if this incident is connected to other gangland shootings in the area.
Detectives set up a crime scene and began an investigation.
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