Maccas stabbing leads police to Canning Vale crash

Sergio Conner
December 7, 2017

One person have been confirmed dead and several are injured in Western Australia after a vehicle rammed into pedestrians in a chilling reminder of recent United Kingdom terror attacks.

Several people were understood to have been stabbed, with one believed to have life-threatening injuries, police said.

The incident unfolded when police were called to Ranford Road at around 3.15pm where are "large group" of people were fighting, the ABC reports.

About an hour later a auto has ploughed into pedestrians on nearby on Eucalyptus Drive.

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Witnesses said a teenage boy was handcuffed at the scene of the auto crash and taken away for questioning by police.

That person, a young male, was rushed to Fiona Stanley Hospital under priority condition with critical injuries.

Two others were taken to Royal Perth Hospital and a third was taken to Fiona Stanley Hospital.

Police say the incident is not terror related, but are investigating whether the stabbing is linked to the incident involving the vehicle.

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