Vietnamese man killed in brawl in New Taipei

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2017/06/18
By: Sunrise Huang and S.C. Chang

Taipei, June 18 (CNA) A Vietnamese man was killed and two others injured during a fight among them at a restaurant frequented by migrant workers in Xinzhuang, New Taipei, Sunday evening, police said.

The city’s Fire Department was alerted of a brawl in which a migrant worker suffered a 10-centimeter knife cut in the right chest. He died before rescuers were able to send him a hospital, police said.

During the brwal, a man by the family name of To (蘇) sustained a cut in the face and a stab wound in the back and another, surnamed Pham (范), had his left arm cut. All three were sent to the Far Eastern Memorial Hospital in Banqiao.
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