At least eleven injured, five stabbed in a brutal brawl between fairgoers next to the Bernabéu

Police have deployed numerous troops after the clash between clans in Father Damián over the placement of attractions at the San Agustín School Festival in Chamartín


21/05/2024

Updated at 11:16 PM

An impressive police presence is currently underway on Padre Damián Street a huge brawl among fairies. At least there is five people stabbed, although in principle none with life risk. Six other people would be injured, if not more, but by punches, kicks and blows with sticks. The main hypothesis is a confrontation over the space to install the attractions during the festivities nowadays at the school of San Agustín, sources in the case report. It is a center located behind the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and one of the most famous in Madrid.

The events took place at number 18, in the Chamartín neighborhood, around 9:45 p.m. For reasons under investigation, members of Spanish clans have become embroiled in a fight and it didn't take long to get out of it knives. The National Police transferred dozens of officers from the district police station to the site, as well as the Police Intervention Unit (UIP), or counter-riot unit, and the Prevention and Response Unit (UPR), also an expert in crowd control. There have been races through the area, including with knives and sticks in hands and death threats among the fairgoers. About 40 people took part in the battle, including women and children.

Police sources explain this to ABC one of the injured He has a cut on one hand and a semi-amputation of a finger; another, in the abdomen, which is the most serious, a 34-year-old man; and there are three more, mild character. More people were injured, but mainly from blows. The Samur-Civil Protection stabilized them and transferred them to different hospitals, including so that rival relatives did not coincide.


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