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Date PostedJanuary 12, 2017

Construction Workers Beaten For Trying to Stop a Fight

A 21 year old construction worker was left beaten and bruised after being attacked by a group of young people at St Kilda Beach.

The man was shaken by the incident which happened at the construction site where the man was working. He was packing up for the day when he noticed the fight and shouted at the youths to stop as it was a construction site, but they then turned on him.

He said they then started beating him and his workmate.

Both the men were hospitalised after the beating, having been left bloodied by the incident. The young construction worker blacked out and was taken to hospital.

Read more at http://www.3aw.com.au/news/construction-workers-bashed-after-attempting-to-stop-a-fight-at-st-kilda-beach-20161214-gtaqbe.html

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