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Written by Glen Prentice, The Northern Advocate   
Tuesday, 01 May 2007

`I pulled the rod out from my head and it just about knocked me out.'

A man who was stabbed in the head with a flounder spear told police he almost lost consciousness when he pulled it from his skull - and then considered putting it back to stop the blood gushing from the wound.

Daniel Hill required emergency surgery and was hospitalised for a month after the incident near Tutukaka on January 21 this year.

Hikurangi teenager Sam Oliver Spence, 19, was later charged with assault with a weapon and appeared in the Whangarei District Court yesterday for a depositions hearing.

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