Boy, 17, stabbed to death in front of horrified parents at Easter fairground after mass brawl breaks out

A TEEN boy has been stabbed to death in front of horrified parents at an Easter fairground.

The 17-year-old was rushed to a local hospital but died from his wounds shortly after arriving.

A second was rushed to hospital in a critical condition following a brawl at the Sydney Royal Easter Show on Monday.

Harrowing footage shows a group of men punching and kicking each other as families watched on in dismay.

Two men were surrounded by a group of others throwing a series of punches and kicks.

One of then attempts to knee the other's head as he's driven backwards and lays in a number of punches into his abdomen.


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The smaller man retaliates by pushing him backwards into a set of bins before being helped out by another man who begins to swings his fists.

A second video shows paramedics performing CPR on a man in his 20s with reports the young man was being injected with blood to keep him alive.

Paramedics were called out to the Easter Show shortly after 8pm local time on Monday. Riot police soon followed.

In a statement, NSW police said the fight broke out at the carnival ride section.

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"Officers found two men suffering stab wounds, one critically injured," cops said.

"A male was arrested nearby a short time later and will be taken to Auburn Police Station."

Revellers were seen spilling out of the Sydney showground as officers cordoned off sections of the venue to investigate.

It comes as a boy was left with an open harness on a "Free Fall" ride as his mum watched on in horror at the same place.

The ride was seconds away from launching riders up into the air when horrified witnesses alerted operators to the terrifying situation.

Little Tristan Curtis’ had not been secured into his seat on the ride at Australia's Sydney Royal Easter show, which should have been locked downward before it began. 

Images of the four-year-old on the ride have been shared online with the restraint open above his head as other children sitting next to him all had theirs secured. 

His mum Sky Bourstani Curtis watched on in horror as her son’s life was almost put in jeopardy. 

Speaking to Daily Telegraph she said: “The (operator) girl stopped the ride but didn't get out of her booth so another father ended up getting him to climb down to him.

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"Myself and my husband were not tall enough to reach him. They simply did not pull his harness down, didn't check him."

She added that her son has autism and it was "difficult" to know how he was feeling after the horrifying ordeal. 

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