Two women hospitalized after a street attack in Vesoul
A man assaulted on Wednesday morning “for no apparent reason” in Vesoul two women, one of whom was hospitalized in “absolute urgency“, learned AFP from concordant sources.
“Acted with his hands”
The individual “was unarmed, he acted with his hands“, told AFP Ludovic Ballester, deputy mayor of Vesoul in charge of security. The attacker first attacked the driver of a minibus, a 51-year-old woman who was driving children to a medical-educational institute (IME). She was taken care of in a statesevere“according to concordant sources.
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The man then assaulted a 72-year-old woman inside her home in the Pierres vives district. She was hospitalized inabsolute urgencyat the hospital center of Vesoul, his vital prognosis is engaged. The individual was then arrested by the national police, said Ludovic Ballester. An investigation has been opened. Requested, the parquet floor of Vesoul could not be reached.