This service may include material from Agence France-Presse (AFP), APTN, Reuters, AAP, CNN and the BBC World Service which is copyright and cannot be reproduced. The first victim, a 47-year-old Rosebud man, has been taken to the Alfred Hospital in a serious condition after he was violently assaulted at the entrance of the Coles carpark on McCombs St. The 18-year-old Bell Post Hill man was taken to hospital after an altercation between two groups of youths on Goulburn Avenue just after 6.30pm on August 23, police said. Overall, the attack lasted about five minutes, Sergeant Blackmore said. Witnesses have described the terrifying scenes that unfolded outside Rosebud Plaza after the alleged attacker smashed car windows before turning on shoppers about 10.15am on Saturday. He's put it to good use, Marise Payne criticises China's disqualification of Hong Kong pro-democracy politicians, 'I pity you': Rape survivor confronts attacker in SA court, Proposed Dan Murphy's liquor store moved 'just up the road' after Darwin community controversy, 'This is not the first transition': Scott Morrison and Joe Biden discuss Trump on first phone call, Tasmania looks to infrastructure spend to repair coronavirus-hit Budget. Police will allege he attacked two men, a 47-year-old and a 63-year-old, with a tomahawk at the centre. The scene at Rosebud Plaza after an attack on Saturday morning.Credit:Nine News. In a separate incident, a teenager has died in hospital after he was stabbed in Corio last Sunday night. ", Police at the scene of the violent attack at Rosebud Plaza.Credit:Nine News. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Here are those that claim to be COVID-free, How Lila completed Years 10, 11 and 12 in just 19 months after multiple family tragedies, Terry bought a WWII bunker as part of a property. Police said the charges will be reviewed following the teenager's death. Mr Cardwell labelled it a “kangaroo court”, yelled out “f***ing dogs” and interrupted the hearing by saying “blah blah blah” multiple times while Mr McNamara and the prosecutor spoke. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. Australian war crimes: Scott Morrison’s warning ahead of rep... Eastern Freeway Porsche tragedy: Truck driver Mohinder Singh... Melbourne protests: Complaints grow over the police tactic o... Wahroonga: Son-in-law shot in neck, two guns seized. “It’s a f***ing kangaroo court,” he said during the court hearing. "When he came towards me, he seemed fairly stunned, like someone almost in shock at what he'd done.

"It was an extremely dangerous thing to do. "[There is] no indication that he knew anybody who was attacked.". The matter is now being investigated by the homicide squad. No bail application was made. The prosecutor told the court they would need CCTV footage to be formatted and it would form part of the evidence. "It certainly deflected his attention for a short time.". She described the weapon as a tomahawk. Police will allege he attacked two men, a 47-year-old and a 63-year-old, with a tomahawk at the centre. The two men were taken to The Alfred hospital with serious injuries and were in a stable condition on Saturday afternoon. The men were struck by the "tomahawk-type weapon" a number of times. Tom Cowie is a journalist at The Age covering general news. Sergeant Sarah Blackmore said two men, aged 63 and 47, were badly hurt. Sergeant Sarah Blackmore said that the attack appeared to be random. A number of cars in the shopping centre car park were left damaged. “Are you simply not going to answer anything I’m going to say to you?” Mr McNamara asked the accused at one point. Police were called to the Rosebud Plaza in McCombe St just after 10.15am to reports of a man allegedly armed with a tomahawk axe. Two men seriously injured in axe attack at Rosebud Plaza. Picture: Jay TownSource:News Corp Australia. "There were definitely people who were trying to intervene and deflect attention from the victims to try and get him to stop, so there were definitely some good Samaritans that were trying to help and assist in stopping the attack,” she said. He also told the magistrate to “f*** off”. AEST = Australian Eastern Standard Time which is 10 hours ahead of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), ‘Difficult and hard news for Australians’: PM warns of content in war crimes report, 'It's time for a change': Bitter climate tensions within Labor bubble over, Live: Morrison has first chat with Biden since he won US election, Angry Anderson's ex-wife hugs their son's killer after manslaughter verdict, These key dates will finalise the US election results, More Melbourne locations added to list of possible COVID exposure sites, Live: New Zealand says it's too early to allow Australians in without quarantine, Disabled and experiencing homelessness, Karl says an Aboriginal carer would change his life, Twenty obstetricians threaten to walk out of one of Sydney's busiest hospitals after four newborns die, Eastern Freeway truck driver will plead guilty to killing four police officers, Very few countries are untouched by coronavirus. Sergeant Blackmore said at least 20 other people saw the attacks, and some tried to verbally intervene and stop the man.
news.com.au — Australia’s leading news site. The scene at Rosebud Plaza after an attack on Saturday morning. Located on 11+ acres of land, R OSE B UD Plaza is the ONLY retail center located south or west of Clarksburg & Harrison County.We have just over 104, 000 sq. It's not something that I suggest for anyone to do it — but it was certainly very brave.". A 47-year-old man was taken to The Alfred hospital in a serious condition after suffering upper body injuries. Picture: Jay TownSource:News Corp Australia. The man, aged in his late 40s, repeatedly stabbed the two victims with a tomahawk axe outside Rosebud Plaza, on McCombs St at around 10.15am. Police at the scene of an alleged tomahawk attack at Rosebud Plaza. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. "It was an extremely dangerous thing to do … but it was certainly very brave," she said. Two men have been seriously injured after a man armed with a tomahawk went on a rampage at a shopping centre on the Mornington Peninsula.