Three hurt in sword horror Hand severed by Samurai blade
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Three men needed hospital treatment – one for a severed hand – after a samurai sword was used in a violent lunchtime street fight. Up to six men were involved in the clash near the KFC fast food restaurant at the junction of Christchurch Road and Beaver Road in South Ashford about
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Two Ashford teenagers – aged 19 and 16 – have been arrested on suspicion of assault
causing grievous bodily harm. Police say three men were taken to the William Harvey Hospital with injuries believed to have been caused by a bladed weapon. One victim, aged 27, remains in hospital. Witness Bijay Shrestha said: “I saw a man with blood on his hand.
“He was with five or six other guys. They flagged the ambulance down. Then the police came.”
Police seal off the area outside KFC after the fight in South Ashford