Two young women were stabbed to death in their homes in the late hours of the night at around the same time, one in the via Trino neighbourhood of Milan’s Barriera and the other in the via Biscarra neighbourhood of north Mirafiori. Both girls are of Romanian descent, however, the 28-year-old patient admitted to the Molinette emergency department under the red code has the most critical injuries. Here, we’ll be charging the suspect with attempted murder. In the middle of the night, Dr Mauro Santarelli and Dr Marinella Zanierato performed surgery on the woman. The procedure took a couple of hours, and while the young woman is still in the hospital, her life is not in imminent danger.
The first 24-year-old female patient was given a prognosis of 20 days after she was stabbed in the back with a kitchen knife. She was sent to San Giovanni Bosco, a neighbouring facility, and discharged the next morning. She informed the terrified carabinieri, “A client freaked out and assaulted me and then ran.”
In regards to the other incident, the Police Flying Squad is now looking into it. The lady, who was likely stabbed in the abdomen after a dispute with two clients, stepped out onto the apartment building’s landing and yelled for aid. Responding vehicles included police vehicles and an ambulance. A few pieces of information escaped her lips, but just. She informed police, “I was attacked by two males, and they were North Africans,” before being transported to the hospital. There are currently no ties that might link the two incidents, such as a vendetta against the regulation of prostitution.