Police shoot man in Brisbane, officer stabbed in face | ABC News

Police shoot man in brisbane, officer stabbed in face | abc news

ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Police shoot man in Brisbane, officer stabbed in face | ABC News” – below is their description.

It is the third police shooting in less than three weeks, after two men were shot in separate incidents in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast, on the same day the previous month.

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