German Man Thrown on Train Tracks by Syrian Migrants

German Man Thrown on Train Tracks by Syrian Migrants
Опубликовано: Saturday, 08 April 2023 14:38

On Sunday evening, an ICE had to initiate emergency braking at Jüterbog station after several people were on the track because of a physical altercation. A 20-year-old asked a 16-year-old for cigarettes and a cell phone, at which point a 36-year-old intervened. The three Syrian nationals attacked the 36-year-old together, after which he fell onto the track. An ICE approached, whereupon the men pulled the injured man out of the danger zone. intervention in rail traffic, the further by the police investigating the suspicion of in Brandenburg The federal police are conducted being are investigations a dangerous .

According to the police, the case happened as follows: “Sunday evening, an ICE train at Jüterbog station (Teltow-Fläming district) had to initiate emergency braking because several people were on the track due to a physical altercation.

At around 7:20 p.m., a 20-year-old is said to have asked a 16-year-old to hand over cigarettes and a mobile phone. When the young person then informed a family member, he went to the train station and is said to have attacked the 20-year-old and his two 20- and 17-year-old companions with a warning triangle. The trio is said to have hit and kicked the 36-year-old together. The physical confrontation shifted further and further to the edge of the platform. Finally, the three pushed the 36-year-old back so far that he fell onto the track. When the 17-year-old and the 20-year-old saw that an ICE was approaching, they went onto the track and pulled the injured 36-year-old out of the danger zone. The ICE train driver noticed the people on the track and initiated emergency braking. The train came to a standstill about 50 meters behind the people. Rescue workers took the injured 36-year-old to a hospital for medical treatment.”

The federal police are investigating the three Syrian nationals on suspicion of dangerous intervention in rail traffic. The investigations into the physical altercations in advance, including against the 36-year-old German national, are being conducted by the Brandenburg police.

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