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In UK 1 dead, 3 seriously injured in Christmas day pub brawl

The mass pub brawl was quite a deadly one, leaving a man dead after he was pitilessly stabbed in the chest and another unconscious after being brutally battered at the Old Horns Pub, Birmingham.

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Police in the Birmingham area have launched an investigation into the occurrence following the terrifying attack which took place on Christmas morning. Police already began intense scouring of the area for clues after the incident

The mass pub brawl was quite a deadly one, leaving a man dead after he was pitilessly stabbed in the chest and another unconscious after being brutally battered at the Old Horns Pub, Birmingham.

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The two men have been left with serious injuries following the ugly fight - which is thought to have happened just before 1am.

Police officers were called and alerted to the incidence at Queslett Road, Great Barr, Birmingham, address of the Old Horns pub, following reports of a brawl.

At the prompt arrival of the cops, a 22-year-old local man was found who had been viciously stabbed in the chest and a 20-year-old man, who also lives locally, had been knocked to the ground, unconscious.

The Birmingham Mail reports that both men were taken to hospital where the medical practitioners declared their condition as stable.

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Detective Constable Rich Stanley, from Force CID, said:

"Two families have had their Christmas day ruined by the attack, but we’re working hard to find out what happened and who is responsible."

The area of the incidence was cordoned-off while forensic experts conducted their search for any clues which might make it possible for them to come up with any lead on the crime, and which may potentially lead to some arrests of persons that might have gotten away after the mass brawl got really messy.

Furthermore, to hasten up the search for evidence, CCTV footage from the area is also being reviewed, witnesses are being spoken to and house-to-house inquiries conducted.

The Police department went further to leave a number for anyone with any information which may aid the Detective in Charge of the case, Constable Stanley, saying such person should not hesitate to call him on the number which made available to members of the public.

For persons scared to declare their identity, the department also left certain numbers for anonymous passage of helpful information.

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