10-person bar brawl sends two to hospital 

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Three people were injured and two hospitalized after a Japantown bar fight early Tuesday morning, police Sgt. Daryl Fong said. But the injuries were not life-threatening.

The incident occurred inside Milo Lounge in the 1700 block of Post Street about 1 a.m., an Entertainment Commission spokesman said. Witnesses told police at least 10 people were involved in the melee.

An early report said beer bottles were used in the fight, but there was no evidence to back that up, Fong said.
The hospitalized victims included a 26-year-old man who had a cut and contusion to his head, Fong said. A 29-year-old woman also suffered a head wound.

A third victim was unable to identify anyone responsible for the fight to the police.

One person was detained but quickly released due to a lack of evidence, Fong said.

The bar was cited for not having an entertainment permit and not ensuring that all people there were 21 years old, Fong said. The Entertainment Commission said Milo has received prior warnings.


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