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Three injured in fight at Ben T. Davis Beach

TAMPA —An altercation and gunshots fired in a crowd at Ben T. Davis Beach culminated in a police chase Sunday night.

Tampa police said three people were injured after a fight broke out in a large crowd at the park at 7:35 p.m. One person was shot in the buttocks. A second person was stabbed and a third was hit on the head with a bottle.

Police said the victims were taken to hospitals, but their conditions had not been released.

After patrol units saw a fleeing car, they pursued it until its driver lost control and crashed at Memorial Highway and Kennedy Boulevard.

Four people from the car were detained by police. Their names were not released.

The incident was under investigation.

Three injured in fight at Ben T. Davis Beach 03/18/12 [Last modified: Sunday, March 18, 2012 11:04pm]
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