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In the early-morning hours of May 18, Glenwood Springs police were notified of a fight at the Hotel Denver. According to police chief Terry Wilson, the victim told police that “one minute he was talking to a girl in the hallway and the next minute he was unconscious.”

The victim suffered a gash to the back of the head, a cut to one eye and a bruise to the other eye.

The attackers left the hotel before police arrived, so there’s little evidence for police to go on, Wilson said. The case remains under investigation.


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