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Two Prince George men charged with Fort St. John bar brawl death

Thirty-nine-year-old Chris Ball of Calgary was allegedly sucker-puched to the head outside a Fort St. John bar last July.

The physical trauma of the fight sent Ball into a coma and he died a week later in an Edmonton hospital.
Two Prince George men now face assault charges.

But the victim's brother, Jonathan Ball thinks that's not enough and that the issue of bar room brawls needs to be more addressed in a systematic way.

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