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6 October 2013, 06:06 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Police are investigating an assault in Derby city centre where three men were injured.
At around 4am (Sunday, October 6), officers were called to a report of a man injured in Curzon Street. A short time later, further calls were received that another man was injured nearby and a third man was injured outside the Assembly Rooms in the Market Place.
The injured men are all aged between 20 and 30. Their injures are not life-threatening.
Police think the three men got into an argument with a group of men outside Macklin Fish Bar, in Macklin Street, and were then assaulted.
Parts of the city centre are taped off while the inquiry is underway.