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Mum and Children Attacked in Sennen
12:35pm 6th May 2014
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder, after a mum and her three children were attacked in Sennen.
Emergency crews were scrambled in the early hours of Saturday after reports of an assault.
Police say a 33 year old woman suffered a stab wound to her neck and her three children were also injured.
A 9 year-old boy suffered a head injury, a 7 year-old girl suffered facial injuries and a 5 year-old boy also suffered a head injury.
They have all been treated at Treliske but nothing is life threatening or life changing.
A 34 year old man from Rotherham's facing one count of attempted murder, four counts of false imprisonment, two counts of GBH and one count of ABH.
He has been remanded in custody to appear at Truro Crown court on 27th May.
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