Tuesday, November 29

An Italian stabs Spanish soccer player Pablo Marí and five others in Milan

One deceased and five injured have left a stabbing in a supermarket in the town of Assago, on the outskirts of Milan, according to local media reports. The fatality is a 30-year-old cashier, who died while being transported to the hospital. Among the injured is the Spanish footballer from Monza Pablo Marí Villar.

The attack occurred around 6:30 p.m. (4:30 p.m. GMT) when a man, later identified as Italian, aged 45, grabbed a knife from the shelves of the Carrefour supermarket inside a shopping center and began stabbing people. people injuring five, according to the first reports. He was subsequently arrested by the police. At the moment, the motivation for the events is not clear.

Among the injured are four men aged 28, 30, 40 and 80 years. Three are in serious condition and the other had to be evacuated by helicopter. One of the injured is the Spanish defender on loan this season to Monza owned by Silvio Berlusconi. Monza’s CEO, Adriano Galliani, has said that Marí’s wound is “deep and penetrating, but has not touched vital organs”. “I am told that she will recover fairly soon. She has some injured muscles, but she is conscious”, added Galliani upon his arrival at the hospital.

“Dear pablo. We are all with you and your family. We love you. He continues to fight as you know how to do. You are a warrior and you will recover soon,” the CEO wrote. on the club’s Twitter account. The Valencian soccer player was transferred in code red to the Niguarda hospital in Milan, where Galliani and the coach, Raffaelle Palladino, attended.

The Carrefour chain has indicated in a press release “its maximum closeness to the employees and customers involved in the attack and their families” and has confirmed that the police were immediately called and that the attacker was arrested. Likewise, the company has immediately activated “a psychological support service for all employees directly or indirectly involved in the incident.”