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Intent to murder charge over Central Coast stabbing

A man is due in Wyong Court today charged over the alleged stabbing of another man at the Central Coast yesterday.

Emergency services were called to a construction site at Colongra, near Lake Munmorah, after a 33-year-old man sustained stab wounds in his neck and chest, and cuts to both hands after allegedly being attacked about 2.40pm on Sunday, October 14.

He was treated at the scene before being taken to John Hunter Hospital where he is undergoing surgery. Police have been told he is in a stable condition.

Shortly after 4pm, a 32-year-old man was arrested at a service station on the M1 at Warnervale by officers attached to Traffic & Highway Patrol Command.

The man, who is from North Gosford, was taken to Wyong Police Station where he was charged with wound, with intent to murder.

He was refused bail overnight and will appear in Wyong Local Court later today (Monday, October 15).

Police believe the men are known to each other.

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