‘Unaccompanied minors’ seriously injure Munich emergency doctor
On Friday evening in Ottobrunn, a suburb of Munich, two "unaccompanied underage refugees" attacked an emergency vehicle heading out from the Neuperlach hospital.
Published: June 26, 2018, 8:29 am
The Abendzeitung in Munich reported that according to early information from police at the scene, two “unaccompanied underage refugees” became violent in Ottobrunn. With a full whiskey bottle, one of the two smashed in the side window of an emergency doctor’s car.
The bottle struck the emergency doctor right in the face. The woman was knocked unconscious. Then, the migrant attacked the doctor’s driver with the bottle. He also suffered injuries.
The emergency vehicle had pulled over at the old people’s home in Ottostraße, to assist the emergency brigade and responders of the fire brigade Ottobrunn, who were treating a person with a life-threatening condition in the old people’s home. The incident occurred while the fire brigade was already tending to the patient.
The obviously drunk duo — who had apparently been causing disturbances just before — fled, but were apprehended and overpowered by police a few hundred meters away. Allegedly, during this operation, several residents of Ottobrunn attacked the police officers to help the alleged perpetrators, but without success.
Both were then taken into preliminary detention.
The two migrants, 17 and 20, so-called “unaccompanied minors”, wanted to enter the Ottobrunn youth club with a trolley filled with alcoholic drinks after 8pm. When one of the caretakers pointed out the alcohol ban, and called a colleague for help, the two drunk teenagers attacked the women, and then left the building.
The emergency doctor had just arrived from the Neuperlach hospital at the nearby Hanns-Seidel-Haus, the old people’s home, when the two migrants approached her car. The 20-year-old attacked the car, and, from a distance of about 1.5 meters, threw a full whiskey bottle into the side window of the passenger seat.
It smashed the window, hit the emergency doctor in side of the face, and knocked out several of her teeth. Not only did she lose consciousness, but also suffered a fractured jaw and deep lacerations to her face.
The paramedic who was driving the car was bleeding from cut wounds caused by the glass splinters.
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