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Bribie stabber arrested

Update 1:54 PM: A 46-year-old Marcoola woman has been charged following the death of a man at a residence in Bongaree last night.

Police were called to the Toorbul Street address at around 10.30pm after reports two people had been stabbed.

A 47-year-old Marcoola man was transported to the Royal Brisbane Hospital with critical injuries, but has since died.

A 23-year-old Hervey Bay man sustained non-life threatening injuries.

The woman is due to appear at Caboolture Magistrates Court tomorrow charged with one count of murder and one count of attempted murder.

Fatal stabbing on Bribie

A 47-year-old has been killed in what is understood by police to be a brutal stabbing on Bribie Island in south-east Queensland.

Emergency services were called to a Toorbul St home in the suburb of Bongaree about 10.30pm on Saturday, after reports three people had been stabbed.

On arrival, police found a man with "significant injuries to his body" which were believed to be knife wounds.

The man had critical injuries but died shortly after being taken to Royal Brisbane Hospital by ambulance.

Another man was wounded, but his injuries were not life-threatening.

According to police, three people are now assisting with enquiries.

Caboolture Criminal Investigation Branch detectives are investigating.

Topics:  bongaree, bribie island, police



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