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Rovers Tragedy at the Brittania

Rovers Tragedy at the Brittania

The intial details for the incident are sketchy, so we cant go into any presumtions, however it is said the individual was found at 4pm in the South Stand at the Britannia Stadium, after being hit in the head by a bin.

Reports are a 25 year old man is being questioned over the incident. The gentleman was rushed to the nearby hospital after being treated for cardiac arrest and the knock to the head. However, the 30 year old gentleman passed away in hospital.

Our Sincere condolences to the family of the yet to be named gentleman. A tragedy, and hopefully, nothing sinister did occur.



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Writer:Sasman!
Date:Sunday February 7 2010
Time: 1:43PM

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Sad news for all
sasman
07/02/2010 13:45:00
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Terrible news - Vital Rotherham sends condolences
herringthorpe
07/02/2010 13:58:00
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Shocking news, condolences to his family
worbo
07/02/2010 14:12:00
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A real shame, even today when the game is so safe for supporters compared to a few decades ago, someones life has been claimed at a football match. Sincere condolences from Vital Chelsea.
Osgood_Spirit
07/02/2010 14:59:00
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Very sad news :(
Stubbs
07/02/2010 15:35:00
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Damn.. Shocking news. :(
JT_daniel
07/02/2010 15:41:00
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my sincere heartfelt condolences....nobody should go to a game of football and not return home.....very very sad....RIP...
imavillan
07/02/2010 15:46:00
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such a sad day for the family of the lost, when will people learn that for every action there is a re-action?
tanner1para
07/02/2010 15:58:00
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RIP
GazJohnson
07/02/2010 16:52:00
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Such a shame and as others have said our thoughts must go to the family who wouldn't have thought for one moment that their loved one wouldn't return from the Britannia Stadium. RIP.
Walker
07/02/2010 17:00:00
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