In a bloody battle between two warring neighbous in Australia, one man’s arm was almost severed with a chainsaw, while another had a finger chopped off with a Samurai sword.
Surgeons were later trying to save the arm of the chainsaw victim, Mark Jorgenson, 29, while his neighbor Troy Thornton, 26, was being treated after losing his finger to the Samurai sword.
Police who rushed to the small town of Minto, south west of Sydney, found pools of blood in the street and Mr Jorgenson crying in pain from his almost-severed arm.
Detectives are investigating claims that after the two men argued over loud music and reckless driving, Mr Thornton went to Mr Jorgenson’s house with the chain saw.
Mr Jorgenson grabbed the Japanese sword and the bloody battle began. Detective Chief Inspector Mark Brett described the result of the confrontation as “horrific.”
He said: “A chain saw is a serious weapon which inflicts pretty brutal injuries.”