Teen found slumped in unit block stairwell after NSW stabbing

Paramedics were called to a unit block in Phillips Avenue around 9pm to find the teenager bleeding out in the stairwell with a puncture wound to his chest.

Teen found slumped in unit block stairwell after NSW stabbing

A 19-year-old man is in a critical condition following a stabbing on the NSW south coast overnight.

Paramedics were called to a unit block in Phillips Avenue, Wollongong, around 9pm to find the teenager bleeding out in the stairwell with a puncture wound to his chest.

A neighbour told 9News he heard "screams for help".

"I though it wouldn't be serious and then I saw all the police and ambulance coming," he said.

"They took him out and his chest was bloodied. It's very scary."

The man was taken to Wollongong hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.

A crime scene was established, and police searched the area, with an investigation now underway.

No arrests have been made.

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Nicholas Munn, 42, was found guilty of murdering 41-year-old father-of-three Jason Fry at a converted Geelong factory on April 9, 2018.

Munn bashed his housemate's skull with a hammer up to 13 times, until pieces of it were missing.

The duo was going to be evicted that day because Mr Fry was more than $3200 behind in rent.

Munn was furious after becoming convinced his friend had wasted the money he'd lent him to pay his arrears.

The killer was jailed in the Supreme Court of Victoria today for 27 years.

He must serve 21 years before being eligible for release on parole.

Justice John Champion described the murder as a vicious assault on an unsuspecting man.

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