Baseball bat used in fatal house brawl

Near noon yesterday, the emergency services were called to a house on the side of the Street, Corowa, west of Albury, after reports of an affray.

As a result, a 41-year-old man was transported to the Corowa Hospital suffering from serious stab wounds and head injuries. He died later in the hospital.

A 33 years of age, the man is also transmitted to the Corowa Hospital and is being treated for stab wounds and internal bleeding.

He was transported to Albury Hospital, where it is understood that in a serious condition.

Three men were involved in the incident. Image: Channel Nine

A man of 42 years of age, the man arrested at the scene of the crime by the police of the River Murray Police District and has been brought to Corowa Police Station.

The police allege that the 41-year-old, was involved in an altercation with the 33-year-old man, when at 42 years of age, intervened, attacking the 41-year-old with a baseball bat.

It is believed that the three men knew one another.

A witness who lives in the street where the incident occurred, they saw as the drama unfolded.

“There were a couple of police officers with him, he had no shirt and was taken away in handcuffs,” he told Fairfax Media.

“My mom was very scared — she moved here to be closer to the city— but the police are there at least once a week.”

The 43-year-old was refused bail to appear in Albury Local Court today.