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Three young people have been taken to hospital with stab wounds after a brawl broke out early this morning in Sydney’s Surry Hills.

Police are investigating the incident, which occurred on Cleveland Street at about 4am and left three people aged 18, 19 and 20 in serious conditions.

Inspector Dominic Wong from NSW Ambulance stressed the seriousness of knife injuries.

“Any injuries involving a knife have the potential to be life threatening, especially to the chest and stomach where there is serious risk of damaging a patients vital organs,” Wong said.

One of the teens was found unconscious with a stab wound to his stomach.

Two other men were also seriously injured.

“When paramedics arrived on scene there was great concern for all three patients, particularly the teenager who was unconscious and bleeding heavily from his abdomen,” Wong said.

A crime scene has been established and an investigation is ongoing.

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