Man beaten unconscious in North Beach Saturday morning

Robert Alexander/Getty ImagesA fire in the North Beach neighborhood displaced as many as 30 residents.

Robert Alexander/Getty ImagesA fire in the North Beach neighborhood displaced as many as 30 residents.

A 29-year-old man was knocked unconscious early Saturday morning after being beaten by three men in North Beach, according to police.

Three men approached the victim near Broadway and Montgomery streets around 1:59 a.m. and began to beat and punch him until he fell to the ground. After he fell, the three men continued to attack him, kicking his face, head and body.

When police arrived on the scene the victim was unconscious and could not remember much about the attack.

He was then taken to a nearby hospital and treated for injuries to his neck, head and arm.

No arrests have been made in the case.

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