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Drunk Attacks Missile Site

Four men, at least one of whom was drunk, tried to force their way into a missile regiment in a Nizhny Novgorod region village, disarming and injuring the guard at the entrance, Lifenews.ru reported.

The guard was hospitalized after being repeatedly stabbed with his own bayonet by the drunk attacker in the village of Mulino, the report said, without identifying any of the people involved.

The four intruders were detained. The attacker faces up to two years in prison over the incident, the cause of which remained unclear.

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