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A 17-year-old boy has died and another teenager taken to hospital after they were both stabbed in a horror knife fight at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Confronting footage captured at the annual event on Monday night shows a group of men punching and kicking one another as families watch on in horror.
In another video, paramedics were seen performing CPR on a man in his 20s with reports the show-goer was being injected with blood to keep him alive.
The man was taken to Westmead Hospital in a critical condition but died despite the efforts of paramedics on the scene, the Daily Telegraph reports.
A 16-year-old boy stabbed in the leg has been taken to the same hospital in Sydney’s west where he remains in a stable condition.
One man has been rushed to hospital in a critical condition after a wild knife fight erupted in front of terrified families at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. Pictured is the scene.
In another video, paramedics were seen performing CPR on a man in his 20s with reports the show-goer was being injected with blood to keep him alive
Police and paramedics were called to the Easter Show just after 8pm on Monday, with riot squad vehicles also pictured at the scene.
Confused show-goers were seen filing out of the Sydney Showground as dozens of police officers attempt to cordon off sections of the grounds.
Footage from the incident appears to show two men surrounded by a litany of others throwing a series of punches and kicks at one another.
The taller of the pair tries to send his knee into the other’s head as he is driven backwards before landing a series of punches in his abdomen.
The smaller man retaliates by driving him backwards into a set of garbage bins before the taller man is joined by another male who coMore to come.