Four people have died in the early hours of this Saturday after an outrage registered at number 6 of the Avenida de la Constitución in Torrejón de Ardoz, sources from Emergencies 112 Community of Madrid have informed Europa Press.
The Madrid 112 services received the first call at 02:44 a.m. this morning, reporting the event in which a 70-year-old woman and three men aged 40, 60 and 17 died due to fractures and polytrauma resulting from the accident.
The National Police is investigating the circumstances of what happened. Three people have been arrested as allegedly responsible for the intentional outrage. Police sources report that a Civil Guard patrol stopped a car in the town of Seseña that was circulating with dents and no bumper, apparently involved in the outrage, on board which three individuals were traveling who were arrested, and with the possibility that a fourth involved could have fled.
The event has left four dead and “a dozen” injured, four of them very seriously, who were transferred to the Coslada, Princesa and Gregorio Marañón hospitals, the Police reported. Two middle-aged men have been transferred to Hospital de Coslada and Gregorio Marañón with fractures in the leg and pelvis, respectively. And two women with a head injury have been transferred to hospitals in Torrejón and La Princesa.
Two other injuries considered potentially serious have been transferred to Torrejón Hospital with an ankle fracture, while one of them also had a mild TBI.
Several seriously injured
The injured are a 31-year-old woman with severe head trauma and intubated who was transferred to Torrejón Hospital, a 50-year-old man who had an open fracture in his leg and was admitted to Coslada Hospital.
In addition, a 43-year-old man with severe head trauma and leg fracture transferred to the Gregorio Marañón Hospital and a 30-year-old woman with a pelvic fracture who was admitted to the Hospital de La Princesa.
The outrage has also caused two injuries “considered potentially serious”, according to the SUMMA112, which are a 21-year-old man with an ankle fracture transferred to Torrejón Hospital and another 50-year-old man with a mild TBI and ankle fracture who He was admitted to the same hospital.
A 20-year-old man with an open fracture who was transferred to the Príncipe de Asturias Hospital in Alcalá de Henares and a 17-year-old woman discharged from the same place as the accident, who had multiple contusions, were also affected by the accident, both with mild prognosis.
On the part of SUMMA112, the Multiple Victims Incident (IMV) procedure has been activated, with a total of 22 health teams attending the scene of the event, including the SUMMA112 psychologist on duty, who has had to treat several anxiety crises among relatives of the victims.