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Riverstone houseparty brawl sees women left bloodied

Women were left soaked in blood and three men were hospitalised after a wild brawl broke out at a Sydney house party. 

Police were called to a Riverstone home, in the city’s northwest, after reports of an altercation around 8pm on Sunday. 

Officers spoke to people at the Hunter Street property and their neighbours, but it is understood those involved have refused to tell police what happened, The Daily Telegraph reports.  

No arrests have been made. 

Three men have been hospitalised after a wild brawl broke out at a Hunter St home (pictured) in Riverstone

Three men have been hospitalised after a wild brawl broke out at a Hunter St home (pictured) in Riverstone

Three men have been hospitalised after a wild brawl broke out at a Hunter St home (pictured) in Riverstone

Two women covered in blood could be seen embracing out the front of the property as officers spoke to paramedics

Police have been told three men – aged 31, 27 and 28 – were involved in a brawl and suffered non-life-threatening injuries to their heads.

The 27-year-old and 28-year-old men were taken to Westmead Hospital, while the 31-year-old man was taken to Blacktown Hospital. All three have since been released. 

A crime scene warrant was executed at the property and officers seized several items, including a hammer. 

Two women covered in blood stood outside of the small brick home hugging as one of the women cried. 

A man with blood on his hands, face and jumper, and a band aid on his nose spoke to police at the front door of the residence.  

Officers escorted him to an ambulance parked out front.  

On the way, a woman smeared in blood pulled him aside to speak and gave him a kiss. 

A NSW Police spokeswoman said a crime scene was established at the home. 

‘About 8pm last night emergency services were called to a property on Hunter St, following reports of an altercation,’ she said.

‘Police were told three men sustained injuries after a physical altercation broke out of up to 10 people. They were treated for head injuries before being taken to hospital in a stable condition.

‘Officers from Quakers Hill Police Area Command established a crime scene and commenced inquiries.’

A burly man with a band aid on his nose spoke to police officers at the front door of the property before being taken to an ambulance

The man was escorted by police to an ambulance parked out the front of the property

The man was escorted by police to an ambulance parked out the front of the property

The man was escorted by police to an ambulance parked out the front of the property

A woman with blood smeared across her blue dress spoke to an officer outside the brick home

Source: Daily Mail Australia | News Colony

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