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Man hurt in fight

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A peacemaker who tried to stop a nightclub fight received stitches after he was punched in the face.

The 20-year-old was attacked when he tried to stop two men arguing on the dancefloor of Lava Ignite, in Park End Street, Oxford, on Saturday between 1.45am and 2.15am.

The victim suffered a deep cut to his left cheek and was treated at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital.

Police describe the attacker as a slim white man about 6ft tall, with brown hair. He wore a white T-shirt and jeans.

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