A 37-year-old man will front court on Monday after an alleged stabbing in western Victoria at the weekend.
The man was charged on Sunday following the alleged incident in Black Range, south of Stawell, on Saturday afternoon.
Another man, also aged 37, was left with life-threatening injuries and flown to Melbourne, where he remains in a serious but stable condition.
Emergency services were called to reports a man had been stabbed at a Black Range caravan park on Monaghan Road about 3.55pm.
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Police later attended a nearby Black Range address and arrested the man who allegedly approached officers while armed with a knife.
He was charged with intentionally cause serious injury and other assault-related offences.
Police believe both parties were known to each other.
The man was remanded in custody to appear in Horsham Magistrates' Court on Monday.
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