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Man beaten in Seminole Tribe's Hard Rock Hotel garage in Tampa

TAMPA — A Tampa man was beaten in a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's north parking garage early Sunday, according to a spokesman for the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Spokesman Gary Bitner said the 21-year-old man suffered a broken nose and bruising in the beating just after 3 a.m. Tribal police are examining surveillance videos. They believe two suspects picked a fight with the victim, attacked him and fled. All three men appeared to be intoxicated, Bitner said. The victim did not appear to know his attackers. He was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital and released the same day.

Man beaten in Seminole Tribe's Hard Rock Hotel garage in Tampa 03/18/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 18, 2009 7:05pm]
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