TWO British teenagers were in hospital with serious injuries last night after a knife brawl in a Croatian seaside resort.
Dylan Rubial, 18, narrowly escaped death when a knife was plunged into his neck, just missing an artery.
Joshua Kearney, 18, suffered a broken nose in the street bust-up in the port of Split.
They were taken to KBC Split Hospital in the Adriatic city.
Their injuries were not said to be life-threatening.
Police were investigating the violence in the 1,700-year-old centre of the historic port.
Several men were said to have pulled knives, with passers-by fleeing in terror.
Cops sealed off picture postcard Milic Street during forensic searches after the incident, which took place just before 11pm on Thursday.
Inquiries continued last night.
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