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October 28, 2011 at 9:59 AM

Street fight in Ballard last week, no arrests

Seattle police are investigating a street fight in Ballard that left three people hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.

Officers were called to the corner of 15th Avenue Northwest and Northwest Market Street around 4 p.m. on Oct. 22 for the brawl, according to a police report.  A witness told officers that the victims had gathered in the 1500 block of Northwest 56th Street when several people got out of a white Volkswagen van and attacked them.

The victims told police that they did not know the men who attacked them, the report said. Police said the victims believed the attackers targeted one person in their group. Other details were not released.

A witness to the incident gave police a license plate for the van and officers went to the address registered to the vehicle. Police found what appeared to be blood on a door knob inside the carport.

A neighbor told officers the name of the man who owns the vehicle. No arrests have been made.

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