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Hockey Referee Breaks 12-Year Old’s Wrist During Fight [VIDEO]

Sometimes breaking up a fight can cause more problems, the video is proof of that.

A hockey referee in a Winnpeg, Canada breaks the wrist of a 12-year-old player while attempting to break up a fight. You can hear the parents in attendance using some colorful NSFW language in the background as they watched the referee toss the player to the ground.

From the angle the video was taken, you can’t tell whether it was an accident or the referee used to much force in prying the players apart.The injured player Kainen Bell wasn’t even sure what happened afterwards. Bell says “When I hit the ground it went dark for two seconds, then I rolled to the side and a kid on my team pulled me out of the game. I don’t think it’s right.”

 

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