Three teens recover from stab wounds

THREE teens are recovering in hospital after being stabbed during a violent brawl at the same Sydney bus stop where another teenager was killed two weeks ago.

Late Monday night, a fight erupted between a group of young men at the Argyle St bus interchange at Parramatta.

A 17-year-old was stabbed in the backside while two other teens aged 19 received head and arm injuries.

All three were taken to the Auburn Hospital in a stable condition.

The stabbing was third to involve teenagers in Western Sydney within in 24-hour period and came only a fortnight after the stabbing death of an apprentice chef.

Three people have been charged with his murder.

Investigations into what sparked Monday's fight are continuing.
 
 



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