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A man suffered multiple seizures and was taken to NYU Lutheran Medical Center on Saturday, November 5 after three men threw him to the ground in Gravesend, causing him to hit his head, at around 1 a.m.

According to a witness, the three men – described as Hispanic – threw the man to the ground near 84th Street and 24th Avenue, causing a deep cut to his head and bleeding. The victim lost consciousness, the witness told police, and was kicked by the three perps while he was on the ground before experiencing the seizures.

The man was rushed to LMC and police apprehended three suspects in the assault.

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