Three arrested after fight at Harpenden bar

PUBLISHED: 22:28 05 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:30 06 August 2018

Three people were arrested after a fight at the Slug and Lettuce in Harpenden during the early hours of Saturday morning. Picture: Debbie White

Three people were arrested after a fight at the Slug and Lettuce in Harpenden during the early hours of Saturday morning. Picture: Debbie White

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Three men have been arrested after a fight at a Harpenden bar in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Police were called at 1.28am to the Slug and Lettuce following reports of an altercation at the High Street chain.

An eyewitness said he saw bottles being smashed and the police carrying out first aid before paramedics arrived to treat the injured.

An East of England Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a report of an incident at Gibbs Close, Harpenden, which an ambulance attended.

“A male in his 20s was taken to Luton and Dunstable Hospital.”

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of GBH – two from Dunstable aged 24 and 26, and a 22-year-old from Flamstead.

All three have been released under investigation while enquiries continue.

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