NSW police have been investigating a Sydney overnight street brawl thatinjured four people at Strathfield on Monday.

Burwood and Flemington Local Area Police attended the spot and were informed about the four men, all of them in their 20s, involved in the fight. They discovered that all of them suffered serious facial injuries. Emergency crews and paramedic services were called to the scene. They were treated at The Boulevarde and then taken to Concord and Royal Prince Alfred hospitals.

According to the latest update, all men were in a stable condition. Besides the Sydney overnight street brawl that went violent, Melbourne McDonald’s restaurant also witnessed an overnight brawl. Victorian police are also investigating the matter. The boys involved in the Melbourne brawl are 17 year olds.

Police have claimed that the fight outside the restaurant was pre-arranged, in which several teens suffered stab wounds. Two among them faced upper body cuts.

Prior to this Sydney overnight violent street brawl, the city witnessed another similar incident in July where 10 people were involved in a brawl in Sydney’s CBD. The entire fight was captured and shown in Dashcam footage. Four of the men, aged between 18 and 24, involved in the fight escaped the spot as soon as the police arrived at the scene. However, they were soon arrested at a nearby location.

Paramedic services were called on the spot, and the men who were injured were treated. One of the men suffered dislocated knees after the violent street brawl while another suffered a broken nose.

The four who tried to escape but were arrested were charged with affray and were allowed conditional bail to appear at the Downing Center Local Court in August. In addition, a woman was knocked down during the fight and was left unconscious. She was taken to St Vincent’s Hospital.

The latest Sydney overnight violent street brawl, according to Yahoo 7, made the police ask for public assistance. The officers have requested the public to provide details related to the incident to assist them in investigating the matter. They can call Crime Stoppers on 1800-333-000.