Two girls rescued from a swamp in Malaga who were fleeing from four attackers
Two girls aged 22 and 24 were rescued from the lemon swampin Malaga, after they jumped into the water to flee from four men who beat and stoned them.
The events occurred around 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, when the women andThey were taking a walk along the shore of the reservoirwhere they ran into several young people who began to harass and assault them.
One of the young women received a strong blow to the head and was even thrown into the water, for which her friend also jumped in to try to flee from the attackers. The latter was able to alert the emergency telephone number 112 of what happened.
Very nervous, because the attackers were still in the area, she recounted what had happened and that her friend needed medical help because she was injured, 112 sources have explained to EFE.
At five o'clock in the afternoon, the young woman called 911 again because the young men had attacked them again and were throwing stones at them, for which reason they also required police assistance.
Police, health and Firefighters from Malaga traveled to that point, who with a zodiac boat rescued the girls, who remained in the water, in the middle of the swamp, and took them to the shore.
Health workers from 061 assisted the victims, who after receiving the first dressings 'in situ' were transferred to the Maternal and Child Hospital of Malaga.
The National and Local Police are working on the case to arrest those responsible for the attack.