The injuries sustained by the 19-year old girl who was stabbed in Parla, Spain, by her ex-partner have caused her death. Europa Press was informed by a spokesperson for Madrid Police Headquarters that the aggressor didn't have a protection order since the victim hadn't previously denounced him.
The latest case of gender violence occurred at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday in a Parla park, Carlota Bustelo street. A woman was found with multiple stab wounds. There was also a fleeing person. The emergency service responded. The young woman was unconscious and had suffered from numerous injuries to her neck, chest and face. She also had lost a lot more blood. Despite being stabilized by Summa-112, the woman was eventually taken into cardiorespiratory arrest. She died Friday at the October 12 Hospital in Madrid after she was taken in very serious condition.
The 20-year old man was the aggressor. He had self-inflicted injuries to his abdomen and arms. He was then transferred to Puerta del Hierro Hospital in minor condition. There, he was guarded before being sent to the Parla police station. He is awaiting his summons to appear in court. According to police sources, the attack took place on public roads. It appears that the two victims are ex-partners. They had been together for a year. The victim had not been subject to any protection orders or complaints in the past. Also, the victim did not have a history with gender-based violence. According to neighbors in the vicinity, he threatened her before and was violent.