On Stephen’s Day
Four Turks beat a man at the St. Gallen train station ready for hospital
On St. Stephen’s Day, a 28-year-old was beaten up by several men at St. Gallen train station. His injuries were so severe that he had to have an operation in the hospital. Four suspects were arrested.
The police had to move out to an injured man on St. Stephen’s Day. (archive image)
On December 25, a 28-year-old reported to the cantonal emergency call center. The young man says he was injured. Rescue workers arrive at the injured person’s home. It quickly becomes clear to them that the serious injuries can only have been caused by violence.
The man says he was attacked by several people on Bahnhofstrasse in the morning. The ambulance takes the man to a hospital immediately. Here he is first operated on and then treated as an inpatient for several days.
Turks attack 28-year-olds in St. Gallen
In the meantime, the police have started investigations. Accordingly, the victim was attacked by the men shortly after 3 a.m. after visiting a club in St. Gallen. They beat him with fists and kicks. Even when their victim was on the ground, they didn’t stop.
The investigations led to four men of Turkish nationality between the ages of 21 and 30. They have been arrested and are currently in custody. According to the police, secured footage shows that several completely uninvolved people observed the act of violence.
The St.Gallen cantonal police are now looking for witnesses. Anyone who has seen anything can call the St. Gallen canton police on 058 229 49 49. A woman with a light coat is also asked to report. She put herself protectively between the perpetrators and the fleeing victim. (nad)