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Germany: Woman (29) fights off sexual assault, is thrown off six-meter high bridge
Searchlight Germany, June 24, 2017:
German Police report, that a woman was found around ten to one this the morning in the Pflügerstraße, Pforzheim. Heavily wounded, after a passerby heard her cries for help. The woman, who was still clear enough to talk at this point, explained that she was sexually assaulted around twenty past twelve on the Enz-Ufermauer by a man she did not know. While trying to fend him off, she was thrown over the parapet and fell from the six-meter high wall.
Luckily, at the moment she is no longer in life-threatening danger, but she reached the hospital with severe back injuries. She described the offender as being between 30 and 40 years old, about 180 centimetres, with a dark complexion and short, dark hair. He has a normal stature. At the time of the crime, he was wearing dark trousers and a dark T-shirt. He spoke German with a foreign accent.
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