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Man beaten after hockey match

today at 07.10 Anna Sjögren

A man has been taken to hospital in connection with an assault after a hockey match in Mora last night.

According to rumors on social media, the man must have been stabbed.

The police cannot comment on whether a weapon was used.

– The person first thought he had been kicked in the back, but then discovered that he was bleeding. We have been to the hospital and talked to him. I don’t know if he is still there now, Jan Matérne, duty officer in the Bergslagen police region told Mora newspaper just before one last night.

The man is said to have been taken to hospital by friends.

During the morning, the officer on duty tells Aftonbladet that there “was some trouble” in connection with the hockey match between Mora and Södertälje.

The police have drawn up a report of serious assault.

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