Four Men And A Teenager Charged Over L'Derry Filling Station Fight

Five people, including a teenager boy, have been charged over a group fight at a L'Derry filling station.

A number of people were involved in a fight following a multi-car collision at the filling station on the Buncrana Road at about 12.40 on Tuesday 17 August.
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A 14-year-old boy and three men, aged 19, 23 and 25, have been charged with possession of an offensive weapon; possession of a blade or pointed article and dangerous driving.

Another man, aged 28, has been charged with affray, possession of an offensive weapon and grievous bodily harm with intent.

All of the charged will appear before L'Derry Magistrates' Court later today.

Police also reported that another 28-year-old man remains in hospital being treated for injuries sustained in the incident.

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