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Chronology
#50367 Ottobrunn | 22.06.2018 - 20:30 o'clock
Two "underage unaccompanied refugees" want to enter the youth house where they live with a trolley full of alcohol. Two caregivers prevent this and are beaten for the head. The "underage" Merhawi J., from Eritrea, 20, throws the side window of an ambulance, which was called to the neighboring nursing home for a life-threatening illness, from 1.5 m away with a whiskey bottle. The bottle hits the paramedic (46) in the middle of her face. She becomes unconscious. The bottle kicks out several teeth, causing her a broken jaw, a skull-brain trauma, and cuts. The driver (38) is also hit by a bottle and suffers from broken glass, an eye injury. As the police continue to raid the rampaging "refugees" hundreds of yards away, they resist. Several "citizens" then attack the officials. The Eritrean, who is already a police officer because of violence, is being arrested and the accomplice from Ethiopia (17) remains at liberty. The Bavarian Interior Minister demands a harsh punishment and deportation for the chief perpetrator. UPDATE: The driver of the ambulance has been seriously injured by the broken pieces in the eyes, but will not go blind as things stand. As the reason of the attack, the Eritrean states that it has confused the ambulance with a police car. He came to Germany in 2015, is a recognized asylum seeker and is known to the police for material damage, dangerous bodily harm and threats
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