School fight: Police hunt father and son following machete attack

Tongan Police have launched a manhunt after an incident they described as – a machete attack that occurred as part of the ongoing fights among school students.

Police are looking for the whereabout of a father and a son from Tofoa  who attacked Nelson Tuʻitavake of Kolofoʻou with a machete last Saturday 15 at the Lopaʻukamea bus stop, Radio and Television Tonga reported.

The victim was admitted to Vaiola hospital and was in stable condition, the report says.

No further details reported.

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