Thursday, October 11, 2018

Berlin: Africans attack travellers in the suburban train and beat them up -- The victims had to be admitted to hospital.

On Thursday morning, four men attacked several travellers in an S26 suburban train. A 24-year-old man had to be admitted to hospital with a broken nose bone. According to initial findings, a physical altercation between four people at the Südkreuz railway station and an S-Bahn line S26 took place around 9:20 a.m.. In the train, the quartet, an Ethiopian and the three Somalis, set off together for other passengers. A man from the group of people is said to have suddenly kicked the neck of a Berliner who was complaining about a lit cigarette. When other witnesses tried to intervene, another Berlin man was injured. The 24-year-old had to be admitted to hospital with a fracture of his nose bone and other facial injuries. Shortly after a witness at the suburban train station Priesterweg pulled the emergency brake on the suburban train, federal police arrested the four suspects. Before that, they are also said to have attacked the train driver of the suburban train. The federal police initiated investigations into dangerous bodily harm.

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