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Police shove man to the ground in New York

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Police shove man to the ground in New York

Police shove man to the ground in New York

A man is shoved to the ground in Buffalo, New York, shortly after curfew where he begins to bleed from his ear.

Local media reported that the man was treated at the scene and taken to hospital but his condition is unknown.


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