Teen stabbed with machete during Sydney home invasion
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A family has been left "traumatised" after a terrifying home invasion in Sydney's south west overnight during which a teen was attacked with a machete.
About 1.15am today, emergency services were called to Simpson Road in Bonnyrigg Heights after reports of a break in.
Police have been told two men entered the premises wearing face coverings and armed with a machete and a hammer.
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"Both my parents screamed and I've never heard those types of screams before," the victim's sister told 9News.
"The guy with the machete stormed into the house and went straight for my brother.
"He went for my brother's throat but he guarded his throat with his arm so he slices both of his arms instead...I screamed and locked my door in fear ... it was a really scary experience.
"For my family to experience this, it's really traumatising especially for my mum She saw everything, she saw the pool of blood my brother was sat in."
The male was treated at the scene by paramedics and was taken to Liverpool Hospital in a serious but stable condition where he underwent surgery.
A crime scene has been established at the home and police are continuing to investigate.
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 orhttps://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.