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Just before 1pm, witnesses called police to the Caltex service station in Toronto, south of Newcastle, after seeing a man armed with knives.


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Just before 1pm, witnesses called police to the Caltex service station in Toronto, south of Newcastle, after seeing a man armed with knives.


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Mr Fenton said he saw an officer one or two metres from the man "walking over with his arms up like he was holding a taser or gun" and then heard between two and four gunshots. Superintendent Sullivan said he was "exceptionally proud" of the two officers for the "courage they displayed, the way they executed their duty" and their "dedication and bravery". Police said one of the officers was released overnight. Lake Macquarie Police District Commander, Superintendent Danny Sullivan, said he was "exceptionally grateful" to the bystanders - including Mount Hutton's Joel Roberts - who came forward "with no regard for their own safety". Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer. Scott Fenton, from Blackalls Park, said he was driving along The Boulevarde and was about to turn left into Cary Street when he came across an empty white car stopped across two lanes. Picture: Jonathan Carroll. Police allege a man was driving east on The Boulevarde around 1pm on Sunday when he got out of the car, approached another vehicle with two women inside and started stabbing it. He reopened the door when he saw the officers confronting the man. Police said a man with two knives approached the officers, who used pepper spray and batons. THE Police Association of NSW is demanding people who attack emergency services workers face the "maximum weight of the law", following the alleged stabbing of two officers at Toronto. Blocked off: Multiple crime scenes were established around the service station and The Boulevarde and Cary Street were closed for several hours. Police Association of NSW acting president Kevin Morton said officers risked their lives to protect the community and the incident reflected the reality of the dangers of the job. Mr Roberts, a father of three, was in a van of people "on our second chance" doing community service jobs and driving along Cary Street when he saw a man standing in his boxers outside the Caltex service station. Two male senior constables working in the nearby police station responded to a Triple Zero call and attended the nearby service station at the corner of Cary Street. He said he saw a man he presumes was the driver on the footpath.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Stand up: Witness Joel Roberts said the man he helped restrain was "very erratic" as he was being put into the police car. We had one guy on his back, another guy on his leg and I had my boot on his throat. He said the association was supporting and providing welfare assistance to the officers and their families. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Foot chase: Joel Roberts held his boot on the handcuffed man's neck and another two men sat on his back and legs while they waited for more police to arrive. Bystanders completing their community service came to the officers' aid by helping restrain the man so the injured police, who had placed him in handcuffs, could tend to their wounds. Picture: Joel Roberts. Home Newsletters Editors Pick - List. A man, 25, was arrested and was charged overnight with two counts of wound with intent to resist arrest, destroy or damage property, common assault and breach of bail for drug offences. He is due to face Newcastle Local Court on Monday. The van pulled in and passengers alighted for a "breather". The officers were taken to John Hunter Hospital, where they remained in a stable condition on Sunday. Mr Roberts said he returned to the van and was shutting the door when he saw the man was armed with a knife. Police are investigating the circumstances of the incident.