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MOSCOW, July 6 (Itar-Tass) —— Eight people were injured in a brawl in the Bitsa Forest Park in southern Moscow early on Friday morning, the Moscow police press service said.
The fight occurred between groups of young people near the crossing of Sevastopol Avenue and Miklukho-Maklai Street in the park at 04:45 this Friday, a police source said.
Eight people were injured. Three of them received wounds from traumatic arms.
An inquiry is launched into the incident, the press service said.
The conflict broke out between a group of young men, who sent off their friend to the army, and North Caucasians. What caused the conflict is unknown so far.