Denmark's new terror: Stones thrown from highway bridges

Denmark's new terror: Stones thrown from highway bridges
DENMARK: The highway of the northern outskirts of Copenhagen was Thursday afternoon briefly sealed off.

"It is because we are investigating a case of stones being thrown from the bridge," says head of security at the Copenhagen Police to the newspaper BT.

The highway was closed for a half hour while drivers were led to another ramp.

Apparently, there was no injury by the stones thrown from the bridge this time, but after the killing by stones thrown from a bridge over the motorway last weekend, the police obviously took a another report of stones thrown from a bridge extremely seriously.

- Dogs have searched the highway, while two police officers were looking for DNA and fingerprints on the railing of the bridge," says BT's reporter at the scene.

Last Sunday a German woman, a tourist, was killed by large stones being thrown from a bridge in Denmark, while her husband was badly injured. Their 5-year-old son sat strapped in the back seat and escaped without physical injury. Police consider stones thrown as a homicide.

There have been several reports of stones being thrown from bridges in Denmark lately, and incidents have been reported from both ambulance personnel and highway security staff.

The police do not know at this time if there is any connection between the incidents. Nobody has been arrested yet, but gangs of immigrant youths have been observed as the perpetrators.

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