- A paramedic in his 20s was fatally stabbed outside a fast-food restaurant in Sydney.
- A man, 21, was arrested by police at the scene and taken in for questioning.
- Health officials and colleagues described the incident as ‘very difficult to process’ and ‘incomprehensible’.
‘Difficult to process’
Our thoughts are with his loved ones and colleagues, and we thank police and clinicians at Liverpool Hospital for their assistance.
Our paramedics serve the community on the frontline every day and we are extremely grateful for their dedicated service.
A man, 21, was arrested by police at the scene and taken in for questioning.
Detectives are seeking information about a blue Honda Jazz sedan being driven around the Ingleburn and Campbelltown areas.
Premier Chris Minns said the incident was a reminder of the job’s dangers.
“NSW has lost a young paramedic, a young man whose life was in front of him,” he told reporters.
“Obviously our hearts go out to his family and all paramedics across NSW.