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A carefree day in park ends with sword injury

A carefree day in park ends with sword injury

A drive-by slashing left a Kandal man in Takhmao town cut up and confused Monday when he was attacked by three sword-swinging suspects.

The victim was relaxing with a friend in a park when the trio pulled close and hit out with a blade before escaping.

His pal pulled him to the hospital and, after a complaint was filed, police were able to find and arrest one aggressor.

Unfortunately the sidekick samurais fled successfully.

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