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发布时间:2020-02-17 03:35:55
Female hospital worker stabbed while fighting off teens who 'tri

ed to snatch her handbag'A hospital worker was stabbed as she fought off two teenagers as she sat in her car. The 51-year-old, who works at the health site, had her arm slashed but refused to hand over her bag. Her attackers fled when another vehicle pulled into the car park, reports the Birmingham Mail. It happened in the car park at City Hospital in Winson Green, Birmingham, at 5.40pm on Tuesday. A West Midlands Police spokesman said: “The woman was sitting in the car and two offenders leaned in through the window. “They grabbed at her handbag

but she refused to give it to them and bravely fought them off. “At this point one of her attackers produced a two inch knife which he threatened her with. “In the ensuing struggle she received cuts to her arm. Read more: Read MoreRelated Artic

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ulnerable man with learning difficulties sedated then stamped, kicked and punched to death by hous

emates “At this point a car pulled onto the car park. “It appears they were been sp

ooked by this and both fled towards Crabtree Road.” Trace: Police will be studying CCTV footage of the incident (Image: Google) The pair were both black and in their mid to late teens. One was 5ft 8ins tall and the other around 5ft 10ins tall. One wore a dark baseball cap. The police spokesman added: “This was a very nasty attack in which the victim, who worked at the hospital, received cuts to her arm. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesThug jailed after knifing strangers face in Tesco car park - while being spurred on by his girlfriend “It was a terrifying ordeal for her and were are appealing for people with information to please come forward. “We will be studying CCTV footage of the i

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try and trace her attackers. Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust chief executive Toby Lewis said: “I can confirm a valued member of our staff was robbed and attacked in the grounds of City Hospital site yesterday evening. Every support is being provided to our valued colleague. “We a

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g the police in tackling the crime. Safety for everyone in our organisation is param

ount.” Anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, in confidence, on 0800 555 111.