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    Brite Spark wrote:
    I never mentioned Chandler's Ford, and tbh, all the incidents that I mention, including today's have happened recently in or around the notorious Fleming Park. Of course not all people from Eastleigh are beastly, but there's a lot of nasty incidents at FP. It's an area to avoid.
    I realise you didn't mention Chandler's Ford specifically, (neither did I) but Chandler's Ford is in Eastleigh, and this has been my user name for 5 years. The point is youhave decided that just becasue Fleming Park is best avoided at night, that Eastleigh is vile. It's not. It's a much nicer place to live than Southampton - and I state this from experience. Out of interest, with you hailing form Stubbington/Titchfie
    ld, have you ever lived in Soton or E'leigh?"
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Victim from West End being treated for head injuries at Southampton General Hospital after assault near Eastleigh's Fleming Park.

Police at the scene of the attack in Fleming Park

Police at the scene of the attack in Fleming Park

First published in News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Education Reporter

A HAMPSHIRE man is seriously ill in hospital after being brutally kicked in the head as he lay on the ground near a park.

The 25-year-old victim, from West End, is being treated at Southampton General Hospital for serious head injuries including a bleed on the brain, a fractured jaw and severe bruising.

Police are hunting a young woman and two men seen repeatedly kicking the man as he lay on the ground outside Fleming Park in Eastleigh shortly after midnight.

He had been walking along Passfield Avenue after a night out in the town when he was subjected to the savage assault.

Members of the public saw the trio standing over their victim and called police.

Detectives have today sealed off the area for examination, and have gone door-to-door in a bid to find witnesses.

Anyone with information should call Eastleigh CID on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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