After the death of a diabetes-ill 13-year-old on a school trip in London, the district attorney's office Mönchengladbach determined according to own data against supervisors. Classmates should have pointed out during the stay that the girl is not feeling well. Teachers or other supervisors should have taken care of the student too late.
To the extent that is true and how the facts actually designed, is the subject of investigation, "said a spokesman for the prosecutor. It is determined on suspicion of negligent homicide. According to the prosecutors, the girl's father filed a complaint on 23 August. "Bild.de" had first reported on the case.
Classmates are said to have described that the 13-year-old already vomited on the day of arrival after the meal. The children's efforts to find a teacher failed, according to the lawyer.
When the girl kept handing over, the children helped him to the bathroom and finally put down a bucket, as the classmate grew weaker and weaker, according to the lawyer.
The next morning several children went to the teachers and described the situation. Nobody had looked after the girl. "The children have tried to cope with it themselves," said the lawyer. They should take care of the 13-year-old in consultation with a teacher.
According to the lawyer, it was not until Saturday morning that a teacher appeared to the sick student - because the departure was imminent. Since the girl had been so weak that it could not straighten itself up. Then an ambulance was ordered.
The girl died in a hospital on Sunday.