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A male undergraduate was assaulted on May 10 while he was walking down Plympton Street, according to Cambridge Police Department spokesman James DeFrancesco.
According to the Harvard University Police Department log, at around 2:30 a.m., the student was walking on Plympton Street when a car beeped at him.
“The individual reported that two individuals exited the vehicle and assaulted the individual,” the police log stated. “A third individual exited the vehicle and attempted to break up the fight. The individuals then left the area.”
The male student was transported to Mt. Auburn Hospital, where he was treated for injuries. No arrests have been made in relation to the incident, said DeFrancesco.
—Anna L. Tong
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