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Assault At "The Office"

Wichita Falls police are investigating a bar fight that left one man unconscious.

Sergeant John Spraggins said the assault happened Monday night, a little after nine, at "The Office" on Galveston St.

Police responded to a disturbance that witnesses said started inside the bar and ended in the parking lot, involving at least seven men.

One victim, Rudolph Escalera claimed a group of men were harassing him and his friend, Cody Langley, before they decided to leave. The men then followed them into the parking lot and jumped Langley. Escalera said he joined in the tussle to help his friend.

Langley was sent to United Regional, unconscious, with life threatening injuries from cut wounds. Escalera suffered a bloodied nose and a cut tongue, but refused medical attention.

Right now police don't know what weapon was used in the incident, but they do know it wasn't a gun.

Sergeant Spraggins said no one has been charged or arrested. Police are asking anyone who knows anything about this incident to call Crime Stoppers at (940) 322-9888.

Stay with Newschannel 6 as we continue to follow this investigation.

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