Four Texas Bandidos Stabbed in Fight with Hells Angels

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EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) - Police say four Texans thought to be part of the Bandidos motorcycle gang were stabbed at a gathering of the Hells Angels in Arkansas.

Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler says the fight broke out yesterday afternoon at a hotel in the Eureka Springs area.

Sadler says two of the victims were critically injured and all four were hospitalized.

The four victims names were not immediately available.

Eureka Springs Police Chief Earl Hyatt says police took six Hells Angels into custody and were interviewing them.

Normally, two state troopers would be on duty in Carroll County.

But Sadler says 60 were assigned to the county and
Eureka Springs after local law enforcement and business people got word that trouble might occur when the Hells Angels made their 2007 USA run.