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Two men have been shot in the head with a nail gun following an attack at a Buddhist temple in Sydney's south-west

30/10/201412:48(Xem: 4327)
Two men have been shot in the head with a nail gun following an attack at a Buddhist temple in Sydney's south-west


Hai người đàn ông bị bắn ở đầu bằng súng bắn đinh theo sau một  vụ ẩu đả ở một tu viện Phật giáo vùng Tây Nam Sydney



Nữ phát ngôn viên của cảnh sát NSW đã cho tờ báo Daily Mail Australia (Tin tức hằng ngày Úc Châu) hay hiện trường vụ án đã được thiết lập tại tu viện Rossmore.


Các cảnh sát viên đã phong tỏa hiện trường và đặt trạm kiểm soát bên ngoài những cổng nằm ở đại lộ Wynyard, Đài số 9 tường thuật cho biết.


Hai người đàn ông bị bắn ở đấu bằng súng bắn đinh theo sau một  vụ ẩu đả ở một tu viện Phật giáo vùng Tây Nam Sydney.


Cả hai người đàn ông đều bị bắn ở đầu trong vụ này vào lúc 3.30 chiều ngày Thứ Tư (29-10-2014).


Người đàn ông 59 tuổi, cư ngụ tại tu viện bị thương ở phía sau tai phải và hiện đang ở trong tình trạng ổn định.


Người đàn ông còn lại 29 tuổi, được cho là tu sĩ Phật giáo, đã bị nhiều chấn thương nghiêm trọng ở trán.


Nữ phát ngôn viên đã nói rằng họ đã được chở tới bệnh viện Liverpool và một người đã bị nhiều thương tổn nghiêm trọng hơn người kia.



Người đàn ông 29 tuổi bị nhiều chấn thương nghiêm trọng hơn và đã được chuyển tới bệnh viện bằng máy bay, trong khi người kia được chở bằng xe cứu thương.


Cả hai người đều được đưa vào phòng phẩu thuật và hiện đang ở trong tình trạng nguy kịch.


Nữ phát ngôn viên của cảnh sát đã không thể xác nhận là hai người này có liên can tới vụ ẩu đả hay không nhưng cho biết thêm là cảnh sát không có ý định tìm kiếm thêm người thứ ba liên hệ đến vụ này.


Những dịch vụ cấp cứu vẫn còn đang ở tại hiện trường, và súng bắn đinh đã được tìm thấy.


Các cảnh sát viên nói rằng nhiều người hiện đang sống ở tu viện nói tiếng Cam-pu-chia/Cam Bốt, sự bất đồng ngôn ngữ đã khiến cho cuộc điều tra gặp khó khăn.


Trang nhà Quảng Đức (dịch Việt)

 Two men have been shot in the head with a nail gun following an attack at a Buddhist temple in Sydney's south-west.

A NSW police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia a crime scene had been established at a Rossmore temple.

Police officers have cordoned off the scene and are stationed outside the gates at Wynyard Avenue, 9News reported.

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Two men have been shot in the head with a nail gun following an attack at a Buddhist temple in Sydney's south-west

Both men were shot in their heads during the incident on Wednesday about 3.30pm.

A 59-year-old man who lives at the temple was injured behind his right ear and is in a stable condition. 

The other man - who is 29 and believed to be a Buddhist Monk - sustained critical injuries to his forehead.

The spokeswoman said they had been taken to Liverpool Hospital and one man's injuries were more serious than the other's.  

A NSW police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia a crime scene had been established at a Rossmore temple

A NSW police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia a crime scene had been established at a Rossmore temple

The 29-year-old man had more serious injuries and was transported the hospital via airlift, while the 59-year-old was taken in an ambulance.

They have undergone surgery and both remain in critical condtions. 

The police spokeswoman was unable to confirm if the two men had been involved in a fight but added they were not looking for a third person in relation to the incident.

Emergency services remain at the scene, and the nail gun has been recovered. 

Officers said as many of those who live at the temple speak Cambodian, the language barrier was making the investigation difficult. 

Both men were taken to hospital following the incident on Wednesday about 3.30pm

Both men were taken to hospital following the incident on Wednesday about 3.30pm

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2812103/Two-men-shot-head-nail-gun-attack-Buddhist-temple.html#ixzz3HaZvHVcs 

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