Police vehicles on scene at a reported fight in Kingaroy, September 18, 2020.
Police vehicles on scene at a reported fight in Kingaroy, September 18, 2020.

Two hospitalised in massive brawl on Kingaroy street

UPDATE 5PM:

A QAS spokesman said the two men transported to Kingaroy hospital were reportedly in their teens. Paramedics treated one man for a head injury and another with minor injuries.

A QPS spokeswoman said an ambulance was later called to the Kingaroy watch house, following reports one of the people taken into custody required treatment for a broken finger.

 

UPDATE 4PM:

A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said two men have been transported to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition following the alleged assault.

According to a Queensland Police spokeswoman, the fight broke out between a group of people out the front of a home on Alford St at 2.10pm this afternoon.

Two people have since been taken into custody.

 

Earlier 3.30PM:

A MAN has been arrested after a fight broke out outside the Presbyterian Church at Kingaroy.

A witness told the South Burnett Times a man was intercepted by officers on the corner of Markwell Street and Kingaroy Street and taken into police custody.

The arrest was made following a reported fight between several men outside the church at about 3pm this afternoon.

It came as school students from the nearby Kingaroy State School were leaving class for the start of school holidays.

One lane of traffic was blocked off while police dealt with the matter.

More to come.

South Burnett

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