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Two quizzed over car park attack

A man in his 40s is critically ill in hospital and two people have been arrested, after an attack at a Cambridgeshire pub.

The car park of the Five Bells pub in the High Street, Cherry Hinton, near Cambridge, has been cordoned off for a police forensic investigation.

The man was found injured in the car park on Friday evening.

He was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, said a police spokeswoman.

"The car park area will be closed off for most of the day and we are appealing for witnesses," the spokeswoman said.

Two people are being questioned about the incident at Parkside Police Station in Cambridge.

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