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‘Large fight’ outside Tesco, Rainham, leaves three teens hospitalised with facial injuries

18:01 24 June 2013

Two ambulances were called to the scene

Two ambulances were called to the scene

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Two men were hospitalised – one with facial injuries caused by a sharp implement – after what police say was a “large fight” in Rainham early on Saturday morning.

Emergency services, including two ambulances, were called to the altercation outside Tesco in Upminster Road South at about 2.15am on June 22.

There were four victims, according to police reports.

An ambulance spokesman said three of them - a trio of men aged 17 or 18 - were taken to hospital suffering from facial injuries, but would not reveal which hospital they had been taken to.

Anyone with any information about the fight is asked to contact Romford Police Station on 101.

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