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Man Sustains Severe Injuries in Campsie Car Park Shooting in South-West Sydney

A man has sustained injuries in a shooting incident within South-West Sydney, enduring gunshot wounds to his head and chest. The incident appears to involve two individuals who were seated in a vehicle that came under a hail of bullets from another vehicle, the attackers of which remain unidentified.

A man has sustained injuries in a shooting incident within South-West Sydney, enduring gunshot wounds to his head and chest.

The incident appears to involve two individuals who were seated in a vehicle that came under a hail of bullets from another vehicle, the attackers of which remain unidentified.

The New South Wales police promptly responded to the scene, receiving an emergency call regarding the incident in a car park situated along Canterbury Road in Campsie.

 

 

The call was made at approximately 9:20pm on a Tuesday evening.

Upon their arrival, authorities discovered a 27-year-old male victim suffering from multiple injuries.

Paramedics administered immediate medical attention at the scene, subsequently transporting the injured individual to St George Hospital, where he remains in a serious condition.

Near the shooting, here, a Mercedes sedan was involved in a collision and subsequently ignited in flames.

The investigation into these incidents has led to the establishment of crime scenes at both the car park along Canterbury Road and the location of the vehicle fire in Kingsgrove.

 

 

 

A specialized investigative team, known as Strike Force Faux, has been assigned to probe potential connections between the fiery crash and the shooting.

Additionally, burnt-out vehicles were discovered at Larien Crescent in Birrong and Leonie Crescent in Berala.

However, authorities do not currently suspect these burnt-out vehicles to be directly linked to the previously mentioned incidents.

Reports suggest that this shooting may be part of a broader pattern of gangland violence affecting the city.

The surge in violence is believed to be linked to a struggle for control over Sydney's profitable drug market, as conveyed by Police Commissioner Karen Webb in statements made to Lebomemes101 at the end of July.

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To piece together the puzzle surrounding these unsettling occurrences, law enforcement is reaching out to the public for assistance.

They are appealing to anyone in possession of CCTV footage or dash-cam recordings related to these events to come forward and share their valuable information.

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