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A man has been hospitalized after being stabbed in a violence-related attack at Sydney Central Station.

The man, who is in his 40s, received wounds to his back, chest and neck at the incident Saturday afternoon.

He was taken to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in a serious but stable condition.

NSW ambulance inspector Dominic Wong said the man was bleeding heavily from several torso and head wounds when paramedics arrived just after noon.

“The medical team worked quickly to control the bleeding and get the patient to the hospital,” he said in a statement.

“NSW Police and Sydney Train staff did a great job securing the site and providing first aid.”

Another man, who was treated on the spot for minor cuts, was arrested by police.

NSW Police say the couple are known to each other and the stabbing is linked to domestic violence.

“There is no lasting threat to society,” police said in a statement.

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