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Stabbing horror: Children on street splattered with blood

CHILDREN were found walking a street, splattered with blood, after a horror double stabbing incident in Brisbane overnight.

The dead man was in his 30s, as was the second man.

Police went to a Brompton St home in Alexandra Hills just before midnight on Tuesday, after neighbours saw the children walking outside.

"Children walking around the street with blood on them -- the first responding police turned up to a horrific scene," Inspector Rob Graham told Nine's Today Show.

"Subsequently they went into the house and found two males, both with horrific injuries - one dead, one almost dead.

"You can just imagine what the kids and the ex-partner have been through."

Nine is reporting the man who was killed had just begun a relationship with a 37-year-old woman who lives in the home.

Police are expected to allege the killer is the woman's former husband.

 

One dead, one critical in double stabbing horror

ONE man is dead, a second in a critical condition after a stabbing incident in Brisbane.

Detectives have declared a crime scene at an Alexandra Hills property after a call reporting two men had been stabbed.

A man in his thirties has died at the scene. 

A second man in his thirties has been transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a critical condition.

Police were called to the Brompton Street home around 11.50pm and have begun to forensically examine the house.  

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