Hunt after man stabbed

POLICE are investigating after a man was stabbed in Guildford in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Emergency services were called to a home on Randolph Street, Guildford, just before 12.30am, and found the injured man suffering wounds to his face, back, and legs.
Police have been told, when the 25-year-old man walked out to the driveway at the front of the home, he was approached by a man armed with a knife and stabbed. The armed man then fled.
The injured man was treated by paramedics and taken to Westmead Hospital in a stable condition. His injuries were not considered life-threatening.
Inquiries are continuing.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence.

Extra care on roads
WITH winter now upon us, now is the time for drivers, passengers, pedestrians, riders and cyclists to keep themselves and others safe on our roads, says Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy of the state’s Traffic & Highway Patrol Command.
“The key to road safety is ‘personal responsibility’,” he said. “We know that speeding, drink or drug driving, driving fatigued, distracted, or without a seat belt, are all the key factors in serious injury and fatal crashes on our roads.
“However, it is personal responsibility that will save lives on our roads. We want drivers, once they turn the key and put on their seat belt, to drive safely, keeping a look out for others, ensuring they obey all road rules. Pedestrians need to ensure they wear bright coloured clothing, cross the road and designated traffic controlled points, and not second guess the speed of oncoming traffic.”