The Juvenile Prosecutor’s Office requested incarceration in a closed center for two inmates, aged 17 and 16, for the brutal beating they gave on Thursday to another minor student from Alhama de Granada high school (Granada), who had to be evacuated in the helicopter because of the severity of the injuries and who remains admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Granada Traumatology Hospital.
That step was agreed upon, and the judge ordered that their detention be continued after the two youths were handed over to the juvenile prosecutor’s office this Friday morning and given a statement, according to sources from the public prosecutor’s office.
The two were detained last Thursday as alleged perpetrators of the crime of grievous bodily harm and spent the night in the dungeons of the Civil Guard Command of Granada because of this attack. This Friday, many students gathered at the doors of the Alhama Secondary Education Institute in protest.
With signs of ‘No to violence’ or ‘We love you, Fede’, in reference to the 17-year-old victim, parents and students of this institute They demand “more security” from the municipality and expressed their discomfort in this situation in relation to the inmates, who have been involved in other disputes.
The injured minor, who had to be evacuated by helicopter, remains admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the NeuroTraumatology and Rehabilitation Hospital in Granada with a reserved prognosis, although his evolution is favorable, as detailed in health sources.
The victim was unconscious from the beating and “didn’t respond” when the health services arrived, so it was decided to immediately take him to the 061 helicopter, according to 112 sources. severity of injuries that he presented required admission to the ICU.
Local police and Civil Guard personnel moved to the scene of the attack at that time and brought the situation under control. The mayor of the municipality, Jesús Ubiña, explained that, according to the first information that can be obtained, the victim, who lives in another municipality, witnessed a fight and was attacked “in revenge” after she reported what happened.