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Two men were admitted to Royal Perth Hospital with serious stab wounds last night after a violent argument in Perth’s southern suburbs.

The stabbing occurred at a house in Hammond Park after an argument between two men and a woman escalated.

Police were called to the Plumwood Avenue home at about 7.30pm, where the 30-year-old male home owner was suffering from stab wounds.

A 35-year-old man and 24-year-old woman had already left the house and gone to a service station in Kardinya, where an ambulance was called.

Both men are recovering from serious injuries in Royal Perth Hospital.

The woman was taken to Fremantle Hospital with minor injuries.

Murdoch Detectives are investigating the incident.

The West Australian

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