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Goshen man dragged while holding back of pickup truck during confontation

(Photo supplied/Goshen Police Department)

A 69-year-old Goshen man was dragged while holding on to a pickup truck during a confrontation.

Goshen police say the victim was holding onto the windowsill of a pickup truck during a confrontation on Saturday when the victim approached two unidentified male and female suspects in the vehicle about a lawnmower, weed eater, gas can and wheelbarrows in the back of the truck that he said belonged to him.

The driver then sped off, dragging the man for several feet. He suffered a bloody nose, cuts to his chin, knee and hand, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.

There was no immediate word about an arrests.

You can go here for the original story from ABC 57.

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