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Essonne: a man injured in the head by a table leg after entering a pavilion in Grigny


Saturday evening, around 9 p.m., the firefighters were called to help this 49-year-old man, found unconscious on the road.

The weapon is not common.

This Saturday, around 9 p.m., help was needed to help a man found unconscious on the road, chemin des Foxes in Grigny.

In view of the head injuries, the firefighters immediately notified the police, before taking the victim to the Bicêtre hospital in Kremlin-Bicêtre (Val-de-Marne).

On the spot, next to the 49-year-old victim, the police discovered a table leg bearing bloodstains.

The latter was seized for analysis.

According to the first elements of the investigation entrusted to the departmental security of Essonne, the forties would have entered a pavilion of the district before being put out manu militari and with difficulty by four teenagers.

In the fight, he also allegedly bit a youngster in the cheek.

The man suffers from psychological disorders

For what reasons did he enter this Saturday evening in this pavilion?

Did he intend to rob it or did he want to hide?

According to our information, one thing seems certain, the man is suffering from psychological disorders.

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Contacted this Sunday, the Évry prosecutor's office recalls that "the investigation is still in progress".

“Hearings will take place to determine under what circumstances this man was injured, explains a judicial source.

There was this altercation with young people but there were others.

At this stage, there is nothing to confirm that he was hit by this group.


Source: leparis

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