Eritrean Migrant Found Dead after a Drowning Accident in Germany
The man lived in the property on the Volksfestplatz. According to autopsy it was an accident, the prosecutor's office is currently excludes a crime.
www.ln-online.de | January 14, 2016
Lübeck. The prosecution has announced further details on the water body. As chief prosecutor Ralf Peter Anders told to LN inquiry yesterday, is a refugee from Eritrea allegedly born in 1979. The figures were on the card, the police had discovered the corpse. "The man lived in the refugee camp on the Volksfestplatz" Anders said. He had been reported missing in early December.
The dead body was discovered last Sunday against 15.50 clock in the Travelodge front of the shed. 9 Firefighters freed the body from the thin ice, after which they brought it ashore.
Then the body was taken to the coroner's office in Lübeck in order to clarify the identity beside the exact cause of death beyond doubt. On Sunday, investigators went from an accident (the LN reported).
This theory is now also confirmed the result of the autopsy. "On the body no traces of a foreign influence could be found," said Attorney General Anders.Accordingly, there was "no evidence" of a crime, as a cause of death drowning will be surrounded. In this respect, the man died in the water only and not previously. However, It is still unclear the result of the blood test. The sample will be tested for alcohol, drugs or drug residues.
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