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Woman Knocked Unconscious In Street Attack
5:54am 2nd September 2014
A teenager has been knocked out during an attack in Truro.
It happened in the early hours of Sunday morning on Calenick Street.
The 19 year old and a 32 year old man had gone to check on three men they saw lying in the middle of the road.
The man suffered head injuries after being punched and kicked.
A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Police are appealing for witnesses after a man and woman were seriously assaulted in Truro at the weekend.
"On Sunday 31 August at around 3am a 32-year-old local man and a 19-year-old local woman were assaulted by three men after they checked on their welfare having seen them laying in the middle of the road on Calenick Street.
"The woman was knocked unconscious during the assault and the man suffered head injuries after being punched and kicked a number of times by the offenders.
"Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information is asked to call DC Harrison on 101 quoting crime reference CR/102808/14."5:54am 2nd September 2014
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