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Man Dies After Beating Inside Baltimore Night Club

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BALTIMORE (AP) - A man has died after Baltimore police say he was beaten inside a night club.

The Baltimore Police Department said Tuesday that officers responded to the Hot Spot Lounge near downtown after getting a call about an assault around midnight Monday.

When they arrived, they found a man inside who had been badly beaten. Police took him to a hospital, where he died of his injuries.

He was identified Tuesday as 25-year-old Leedell Brown of Baltimore. No arrests have been made.

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