A DISTURBING video has emerged of the moment a 41-year-old man was stabbed in the arm and neck in a Mundubbera street.
The video, filmed by a bystander, appears to show an altercation and a man running from the scene.
The incident has created a stir in the small town - Eidsvold woman Trudie Roth said she was in the Mundubbera Guardian Pharmacy buying jelly beans when the victim ran in, closely followed by a teenager believed to be his son.
"The pharmacy staff ran to his assistance and two others stayed at the door and made sure it stayed closed," Ms Roth said
"The only thing the injured man said was 'I love you son' as he was laid down on the floor of the shop and treated by the staff.
"I was in the shop just to buy some jelly beans and I was taken by surprise ... I think the adrenalin just kicked in and I was down on the floor helping him."
The man accused of committing the stabbing, Shaun William Dennison, 37, has been charged with attempted murder. Dennison faced Maryborough Magistrates Court on Friday morning.
Represented by duty lawyer Travis George, Dennison sat in the dock wearing a blue tracksuit.
Mr George said there would not be an application for bail from his client but added that Dennison would likely apply for bail at his next court appearance.
The case was adjourned until August 25. with Dennison to appear in person or via videolink.
The alleged stabbing happened about 11am on Thursday, with police attending Lyons St in Mundubbera.
The alleged victim sustained stab wounds to his arm and neck and was taken to Mundubbera Hospital in a serious condition.
A spokesman for Queensland Police said the man's injuries were not life-threatening.
The 41-year-old man was later taken to Royal Brisbane Hospital for further treatment.
Police have confirmed the men were known to each other.
The victim of the stabbing was later taken to Royal Brisbane Hospital for further treatment.
Shaun William Dennison, 37, was charged with attempted murder and faced Maryborough Magistrates Court on Friday.
He did not apply for bail and the case was adjourned to August 25.
UPDATE July 3, 1pm
A MAN facing a charge of attempted murder did not apply for bail this morning at Maryborough Magistrates Court.
The charges arise from the stabbing of a man on the main street of Mundubbera yesterday.
Video footage obtained by the Central and North Burnett Times shows the incident.
Warning: Video contains very strong violence.
More to come.
UPDATE July 2, 5:45 pm
A MAN will appear in the Maryborough Magistrates Court tomorrow charged with attempted murder after an alleged stabbing in Mundubbera on Thursday.
At around 11am, police responded to reports of a disturbance between two men on Lyons Street. It will be alleged that the offender produced a knife and stabbed a 41-year-old man.
The man received injuries to his arm and neck and was taken to Royal Brisbane Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The men were known to each other.
A 37-year-old Mundubbera man has been charged with attempted murder and is due to appear in the Maryborough Magistrates Court tomorrow.
UPDATE 1:20pm Man in hospital after stabbing in the centre of Mundubbera
A Queensland Police spokesman said a man is in custody in relation to the fight.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said the victim was taken to Mundubbera Hospital with a stab wound to the neck.
"He was taken in a serious condition," he said.
A MAN has been taken to hospital after being stabbed during a fight in Lyons St, Mundubbera.
A spokesman for Queensland Police said the man's injuries were not life threatening.
"A man sustained what appears to be a cut to his neck," he said.
He said few details about the altercation were available at this time.