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Germany: Man pushed onto the train tracks by two asylum seekers from Syria

KARSLRUHE. In the event of an attempted killing at the train station in Waghäusel, Baden-Württemberg, the police arrested two asylum seekers. The two Syrians are strongly suspected of attacking a 54-year-old German on Tuesday evening for no reason and pulling him into the track bed.

While the 25-year-old asylum seeker prevented the man from leaving the track bed, his 22-year-old brother secured the scene. The victim was then hit by a freight train despite emergency braking and seriously injured. The man suffered a thigh fracture, various other broken bones and a deep flesh wound.

Suspects in custody
On the basis of testimony, the two suspects were arrested in a shared accommodation for asylum seekers on Wednesday. As the police said on Thursday afternoon, they were brought before a judge who ordered custody of the Syrian brother and sister.

Just a year ago, the case of an eight-year-old boy caused horror across Germany, who was pushed into front of an incoming ICE by his 40-year-old African at the main train station in Frankfurt am Main. While the mother was able to get to safety at the last second, the boy was run over by the train and died.

Only recently had a man from Kosovo pushed a woman in front of a train in Voerde in North Rhine-Westphalia. The 34-year-old mother was fatally injured as a result.

Source: Junge Freiheit
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