A man has been transported to hospital after being shot by police at a train station in Sydney’s southwest.
Police attended Campbelltown train station when an altercation with a man aged in his 30s occurred at about 2.45pm on Wednesday.
The man allegedly challenged officers with a knife on Hurley Street outside the station.
A taser was deployed however he continued to threaten police before being shot, police said.
He was transported to Liverpool Hospital with a gunshot wound to the stomach area.
Police are not searching for anyone else in relation to the incident, and no police or other members of the public were injured.
A Critical Incident Investigation Team will investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Four ambulance crews were called to the scene, a NSW Ambulance spokeswoman told Yahoo News Australia
It’s not known what condition he is in.
The shooting won’t affect anyone using the trains along the T-8 line on Wednesday afternoon.
However, a NSW Transport spokesman said the bus stop directly outside the station has been moved across the road for anyone using the service.
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