A group of men smashed a pan into a 41-year-old man’s head on a Brooklyn street, fracturing the man’s spine, police said Thursday. The group took the victim’s cell phone after they attacked him in front of a Fulton Street building near Cleveland Street on June 30 around 12:30 a.m., officials said.
Emergency medical services rushed the man to Brookdale Hospital in serious condition, police said. He suffered a laceration to his face and bruising to the body in addition to the spinal fracture. Police have asked for help identifying the men involved in the assault and robbery.
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