Teenage boys, 15 and 16, arrested after a man is left in a coma after a 2am one-punch attack on Surfers Paradise – just metres from two police stations

A young fellow left laying in a pool of blood in the city is battling for his life after an adolescent kid purportedly hit him from behind in a one-punch assault.

A 21-year-old man was set in an actuated extreme lethargies and hurried to Gold Drift College healing facility with genuine head wounds at around 2am on Wednesday subsequent to being assaulted in the core of Surfers Heaven, Queensland.

The man was strolling with his companion, additionally 21, and had supposedly attempted to maintain a strategic distance from his high school assailants, matured 15 and 16, however was struck as he waked away down Ferney Road – just meters from two police headquarters.

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The man fell and struck his head on the asphalt, with standing up to pictures of the scene demonstrating a pool of his blood left in the city.

A witness said he was stunned when he discovered the oblivious man as a paramedic frantically attempted to balance out him.

‘I went over a person on the pathway unconscious and draining vigorously… he was assaulted by 2 young people in another weakling punch episode,’ the man said.

The neighborhood Surfers Heaven man said the region he lives in is loaded with energy for families and voyagers, yet was regularly defaced by medication and liquor fuelled brutality.

‘There is a decrepit component that frequents this place and wreak ruin.

‘Queensland; wonderful one day, awful the following,’ he included.

Gold Drift High Keenness Reaction Unit paramedic Darrin Hatchman said the man was struck so hard he had lost cognizance before crumbling on the ground and endured a ‘horrendous mind damage’.

‘Obviously he’s been struck from behind on his head and gone to the ground oblivious,’ Mr Hatchman told AAP.

‘It’s exceptionally tragic he’s wound up with very genuine wounds,’ he included.

The man’s friend was additionally purportedly struck yet just supported minor wounds.

Police were on the scene in minutes and arrested the two young men for addressing.

A representative from Gold Drift College Doctor’s facility said the man stayed in a basic condition on Wednesday.

The young men are helping police with their examination and are required to be charged on Wednesday.

Queensland presented extreme new laws in 2014 of every an offered to battle liquor fuelled brutality and passings from one-punch assaults, including a greatest punishment of life-detainment.

A 23-year-old man endured basic wounds in October when he was struck in a one-punch assault in Surfers Heaven.

He was apparently attempting to separate a fight, with the 29-year-old visitor who police assert conveyed the single blow charged with causing intolerable substantial mischief.

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