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31-year-old climbs on road bridge and throws clothes around
Pforzheim: Police dissolve party in an empty house +++ Friedrichshafen: Young swan apparently torn from a dog +++ Panorama news from Germany.
Leipzig: 31-year-old climbs on the bridge and throws clothes
Unusual effort for the police in Leipzig, Saxony. A man there had climbed onto the steel structure of a bridge late on Saturday afternoon, had partially undressed and threw his clothes around. When the officers arrived, the 31-year-old was standing on a bridge strut above the roadway. It was only after three hours that emergency services from the State Criminal Police Office were able to convince him to leave the bridge. The man was taken to a hospital. The bridge near Leipzig Central Station and the tracks below were closed for hours. First the “Leipziger Volkszeitung” reported on the incident.
Those: “Leipziger Volkszeitung”
Friedrichshafen: Young swan possibly torn from the dog
A walker found a cracked swan on the shores of Lake Constance on Sunday afternoon. According to the police, the injuries indicate that the young animal was killed by a dog. Apparently there have been several similar cases in the past few weeks. Witnesses who observed the incident are asked to report to the Friedrichshafen water police on 07541/28930.
Pforzheim: Police break up the party in an empty building
The police broke up a party in an empty house in Bad Rippoldsau in the Black Forest early on Sunday morning. Accordingly, the officials had received a tip that almost 20 people celebrated in the building. To provide electricity, they had set up a generator operated by an internal combustion engine. When the police arrived, some of the party guests fled. Some could still be detected on the premises with the help of a dog relay. One had to be taken to a clinic with smoke inhalation. All 17 party participants are now charged with trespassing and violation of the applicable corona rules.
Those: Police Pforzheim
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