A young man has been stabbed in the back, chest and stomach at a central west NSW house party.
The man was arguing with the teen at the party in Orange on Saturday night when the 17-year-old allegedly ran inside and armed himself with a knife.
“He then approached the 23-year-old man he was arguing with and allegedly stabbed him in the stomach, chest and back,” police said.
“A number of people intervened and the injured man was placed into a car.”
Police at a nearby address where then asked for help and they rendered first-aid to the man.
Paramedics were called and he was taken to Orange Health Service where he was treated for “not serious” stab wounds.
The 17-year-old was arrested at the party, charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
He’s been denied bail and is due before Orange Children’s Court on Monday.