Queensland father lucky to be alive after being brutally stabbed in front of his fiancé and daughter


Young father, 25, is left with his LIVER hanging out of his stomach after being ‘stabbed in front of his fiancé and baby girl in a shocking road rage attack’

  • Queensland father stabbed in front of his fiancé and baby daughter
  • He suffered the injuries after confronting the driver of a car tailgating his family
  • His devastated fiancé said watching her partner being stabbed was ‘horrifying’










A father is lucky to be alive after he was allegedly stabbed four times in front of his fiancé and their young daughter in a heated road rage attack. 

Johnny Duncan, 25, his partner Tiana Grant-Williams and their 18-month daughter were allegedly tailgated in Logan, Brisbane, at around 6:30pm on Tuesday.

The mother-of-two was forced to swerve into a nearby carpark to avoid the driver who just moments later pulled up ahead of them on Loganlea Road, police claim.

Mr Duncan decided to confront the driver, prompting a vicious altercation during which he was allegedly stabbed three times in the chest, arm and stomach.   

Queensland father-of-two Johnny Duncan (pictured) suffered wounds to his chest, arm and stomach

Queensland father-of-two Johnny Duncan (pictured) suffered wounds to his chest, arm and stomach 

His devastated fiancé said she urged her partner to put pressure on his gushing wounds as she rushed him to hospital. 

She told Daily Mail Australia the experience had been ‘horrifying’. 

‘It was all so sudden, within a matter of seconds he went from being himself to nearly dead and collapsing in the hospital entrance,’ she said. 

The young mum described watching the alleged attack as the worst thing she had ever witnessed in her life.

She revealed ‘half his liver was hanging’ out of his body after the alleged stabbing.  

‘I had no idea if he was even going to make it to the hospital and I was in complete shock. I don’t think I’ve even processed it still,’ she said.  

His devastated partner Tiani Grant-Williams (left) has described the incident as one of the worst things she has ever witnessed in her life

His devastated partner Tiani Grant-Williams (left) has described the incident as one of the worst things she has ever witnessed in her life

Ms Grant-Williams has been forced to put on a brave face to support her three-year-old son (right) and her 18-month old daughter (left)

Ms Grant-Williams has been forced to put on a brave face to support her three-year-old son (right) and her 18-month old daughter (left)

The young mum has sought the help of a psychologist to help her support the couples three-year-old son and 18-month-old daughter. 

She said the family was feeling a lot better after a good nights sleep.  

Nurses at the Princess Alexandria Hospital told the mother-of-two her partner was lucky to be alive considering his injuries. 

Mr Duncan posted a photo from his hospital bed to reassure his family and friends he was on the road to recovery. 

‘Chur chur whanau still here and kicking,’ he wrote. ‘All love to you all’.  

Ms Grant-Williams said her partner had been in ‘a lot of pain’ but was ‘doing well given the circumstances’ when she visited him on Thursday. 

Nurses later told Ms Grant-Williams (right) her partner (left) was lucky to be alive considering the injuries he sustained in the alleged attack

Nurses later told Ms Grant-Williams (right) her partner (left) was lucky to be alive considering the injuries he sustained in the alleged attack

The mother-of-two said her partner (pictured with his three-year-old son) was still in a lot of pain but was due to be moved from ICU into the recovery ward on Thursday or Friday

The mother-of-two said her partner (pictured with his three-year-old son) was still in a lot of pain but was due to be moved from ICU into the recovery ward on Thursday or Friday

‘He’s still in the ICU for today but they said he may move into the recovery ward this afternoon or tomorrow,’ she said. 

Queensland Police said the 21-year-old driver allegedly fled the scene before handing himself in to Logan Police Station a short time later. 

The accused man, Hamish Jordan Conor Glasby, has been charged with one count of grievous bodily harm over the incident. 

The Meadowbrook man appeared at the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on Wednesday and was refused bail. 

Glasby was remanded in custody until his next his next committal mention date scheduled for January 19. 

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