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ICE-HOCKEY: Košice hospital treats more players than fans

In connection with the ongoing Ice Hockey World Championship in Bratislava and Košice, the Louis Pasteur Hospital in Košice has so far admitted four injured hockey players and two injured fans for treatment, the TASR newswire reported on Thursday, May 5, citing hospital spokesperson Jaroslava Oravcová.

In connection with the ongoing Ice Hockey World Championship in Bratislava and Košice, the Louis Pasteur Hospital in Košice has so far admitted four injured hockey players and two injured fans for treatment, the TASR newswire reported on Thursday, May 5, citing hospital spokesperson Jaroslava Oravcová.

The players that have had to be taken to hospital were Norway's Lars Ostli Lokken, who suffered a blow to the face during a match on Saturday, plus Switzerland's Mathias Seger, Sweden's Nicklas Gorssman and Norway's Martin Lauman Yvlen, all with knee injuries. The two fans that were admitted to the hospital were from Sweden. They reported getting food poisoning at a Budapest hotel and one of them had to be hospitalised.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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