Citizen insecurity in Nicaragua has grown; the frequent reports of armed assaults during the day in houses and streets alarm the population. Estelí, one of the largest departments in the country, does not escape this scourge.
A spiral of violence warns that each time, large cities like these are less safe, which was evidenced by the acts of violence that occurred last weekend. One of the victims was identified as saul lopez27, who was in a bar near the traffic lights in Central Park when a group of strangers approached him and broke a bottle over his head.
The man had a few minutes of having arrived at the bar when the event was recorded. After the blow, he ran to save his life and due to the large amount of blood he lost, he passed out on the spot.
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One of his friends said that they notified the Meritorious Fire Department, who offered him assistance in the park, but the intervention of Cruzrojistas was also needed, who transferred him unconscious to the San Juan de Dios hospital, due to the seriousness of the wound. So far, the motive for the attack, which has gone unpunished, is unknown.
Meanwhile, in the Carlos Núñez neighborhood of this same city, a man was stabbed a second time. Is about Kevin Jose Barreda Gutierrezwho a few months ago had been attacked in a similar way.
This time, the victim was in a corner, when he began to argue with another man who ended up stabbing him in the chest, according to residents of the area. The attacker was detained by the police, while the victim was transferred to the San Juan de Dios hospital.
More attacks on the streets
Every week, the Red Cross, Estelí Branch, provides reports to the media about the main care provided.
According to the latest report, in the corresponding week from Monday 13 to Sunday 19 March, among the most relevant events are six people attacked for antisocial in this city.
The report indicates that one of these attacks was in the field sector of the Boris Vega neighborhood, where a person (who did not carry identification documents) was attacked with a knife.
The same number of attacks was recorded in the corresponding week from Monday, February 27 to Sunday, March 5, where six other peoplewere attended by antisocial attacks.
These figures show an increase in attacks, when compared to the last week of January where there was only one case of this type attended by the Red Cross. Meanwhile, from February 6 to 12, also only one person was attacked. From the 20th to the 26th of that same month, those attended were four.
By United Voices