NewsOne dead after altercation in asylum shelter

One dead after altercation in asylum shelter

Created: 10/29/2022 5:31 am

Police and rescue workers are on site after the argument in an asylum accommodation in the Wiesbaden district of Mainz-Kastel. © Jonas Kießling/

Other people were seriously injured in the deadly argument, including the alleged perpetrator.

Wiesbaden – A man died in an argument in an asylum accommodation in the Mainz-Kastel district of Wiesbaden. In addition, two women aged 31 and 42 were seriously injured in connection with the dispute in the accommodation late Friday evening, a police spokeswoman said early Saturday morning.

The suspect was also taken to hospital with serious injuries. In addition to the dead, there were also two small children in the apartment, who were physically unharmed.

After the suspect was located in one of the apartments, special forces were requested. The SEK forces managed to arrest him around 1:00 a.m. in the apartment. The two children and the lifeless man, who died a little later in the apartment, were also found there. The suspect himself was also seriously injured, the spokeswoman said. According to current knowledge, the injuries are not life-threatening. dpa

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