Singer Michal Hrůza, who was critically injured in a fight outside an Ostrava bar two weeks ago, is being transported to a clinic in Bohemia for further medical treatment. Hrůza, who suffered serious brain damage and was in a coma for several days, is reportedly making progress and is getting help from a speech therapist. The singer was brutally beaten up by two young men who were engaged in a fight outside the bar which he had just left. When Hrůza tried to stop the fight and called the police the young men turned on him, beat him up and left him lying unconscious in the street.
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