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Five wounded in armed fight in front of Sincan Prison

9 May 2012, Wednesday /TODAYSZAMAN.COM
Five people were injured in an armed fight that broke out in front of Sincan F-type Prison in the Turkish capital of Ankara on Wednesday.

The private Cihan news agency reported that eyewitnesses said the fight occurred at the visitors' entrance of the prison when an armed man, who was visiting someone in the prison, opened fire on several people who he had a previous disagreement with. The assailant was immediately taken under control by security officers at the prison.

Five people were wounded, including women and children, and were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment. Two men who were wounded are reported to be in critical condition.

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