Shock as corpse wrapped in a cloth discovered as Madrid fire extinguished

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Shock as corpse wrapped in a cloth discovered as a Madrid fire is extinguished. National Police are investigating the incident after a body was discovered by emergency services.

The blaze occurred in an open area known as Cerro del Murmul in Madrid’s Villa de Vallecas. As emergency services extinguished the fire, they shockingly discovered a body which was wrapped in cloth. National police are now investigating the incident.

According to police sources the shocking discovery was made on Sunday, August 29 at about 11 AM. It was only after the fire had successfully been put out, that the body was discovered.

The investigation is now under the jurisdiction of officers belonging to the Homicide Group VI. The scene of the crime was also attended by officers from the Violent Crimes Group of the Forensic Police Brigade, who carried out a technical inspection at the scene.

At this moment no further information is known regarding the victim’s identity or their age. It is expected that further information will be known once results of the investigations carried out by the homicide group and the scientific Police specialists are returned.

In other Spanish news, Spanish invention, Pinsoft helps reduce fear of vaccinations.

Three Spanish students have come up with a fantastic design which helps people who are afraid of getting injected. The Pinsoft invention is able to hide the needle from patients. It is thought that this could help people who are scared of being vaccinated.

According to reports many people have refused to be vaccinated against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic because they are scared of needles. The fear of needles is a common phobia and is called tripanophobia.

A new Spanish invention hopes to help with this fear and the anxiety that patients can suffer from. Pinsoft has been designed by three students from the Universitat Jaume I. Students Sofia Aparicio, Laura Martinavarro, and Juan Carlos Espert have created a wonderful design that this year has won the national James Dyson Foundation Award.

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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


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