By Laura Taylor • 27 July 2020 • 13:50
HIT AND RUN: Two women left in a ditch to die.
Credit: Twitter @svbelalamo
A DEAD woman and injured teen have been left in a ditch after a hit and run scandal in Spain’s Madrid. The horrific crash occurred at kilometre six of the M-404, passing through the town of El Alamo.
According to the 112 Emergency services from the Community of Madrid and the Guardia Civil, the 18-year-old girl has been seriously injured. The first warning the emergency services received was a call at 8.15am. They were notified of the presence of two bodies left in a ditch on the M-404.
The medical emergencies team rushed to the area, however, they could only confirm the death of the woman. She had several injuries, compatible with a hit and run, only thought to have happened hours earlier, which has caused outrage amongst the community.
The medical workers also treated the 18-year-old girl who was conscious but in a bad state. She is currently suffering significant injuries on her legs as well as traumatic brain injury. The teen has been transferred to the 12 de Octubre Hospital in a serious state. The Guardia Civil has now opened an investigation in order to clarify what circumstances this horrific hit and run occurred under.
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Laura Taylor is a graduate from the University of Leeds. At university, she obtained a Bachelors in Communication and Media, as well as a Masters in International Relations. She is half British and half Spanish and resides in Malaga. Her focus when writing news typically encompasses national Spanish news and local news from the Costa del Sol.
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