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Sunday, 11 April 2010

BBC News - Four injured in gang attack in County Durham pub


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BBC News - Four injured in gang attack in County Durham pub: "Four men have been injured - one seriously - after armed men entered a busy pub and carried out an attack with what was thought to be baseball bats.
Police believe the 'large-scale disturbance' in a County Durham village was linked to a previous arson attack at one of the victims' homes.
About six men entered the Oddfellows Arms, Haswell, at 2145 BST on Saturday, carrying heavy, blunt instruments.
A 46-year-old man who suffered serious head injuries has had surgery.
His condition is said to be improving at Newcastle General Hospital.
Officers said a birthday party was taking place at the time in the pub, which was 'very busy'."


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