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Thursday, 16 February 2012

armed Turkish gangs clashed in an East Riding town.


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 25 Turkish men wielding weapons clashed in Old Goole in the early hours of Tuesday.

People watched in horror as gangs of men armed with sticks and batons staged running battles outside the Plaza Pizzeria in Swinefleet Road.
It followed similar battles between rival gangs in Scunthorpe.
Several men have been arrested and two are in hospital, including one who was deliberately run over.
Goole councillor Pat O'Neill said: "From what I hear, the trouble was more of a personal matter rather than a cultural thing. I hope there won't be any more trouble and I'd like people to remain calm."
Mrs O'Neill, who represents the area at East Riding Council, was speaking from the nearby Moorlands Centre, which has become the focus of a community that includes an increasing number of immigrants.
Incoming eastern Europeans have been able to find common bonds with indigenous people and there have been few problem, despite cultures being so different.
Mrs O'Neill said: "They are very well integrated. We have Russians, Latvians, Polish and Bulgarians. There aren't very many Turkish people, but we do have some.
"The problems we saw on Tuesday morning are how they deal with things in their own country. They've brought that culture across here. Eventually, they'll realise that's not how we do things."
Police on the ground believe the violence was a one-off incident involving people who know each other.
They are still trying to piece together what happened.:Text may be subject to copyright.This blog does not claim copyright to any such text. Copyright remains with the original copyright holder


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