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Man and woman are left with serious injuries following an axe attack in Sydney

A man and woman have suffered serious injuries following a suspected axe attack in Sydney.

Emergency crews attended an address in Glenfield in the city's south-west on Saturday following the incident. 

Video footage shows paramedics treating two people at the scene. 

One person suffered a gash to their leg and the other has serious hand injuries.  

Emergency crews were called to Dobu Street in Glenfield (pictured) on Saturday evening 

'NSW Ambulance officers were called around 5.30pm with reports of people being attacked' a spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia. 

'We treated two people at the scene a man and a woman understood to be in her forties.' 

'One patient suffered a deep laceration to their leg as well as head injury and the other patient had quite a bad hand injury'. 

'There were reports of an axe and less reliable reports of a sword being used in the attack.' 

'The man and women were both rushed to Liverpool hospital'.

 More to follow. 

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