According to police spokesman Philipp Haßlinger, the bleeding woman was able to escape into the inner courtyard of the building on Brünner Straße and alerted the emergency services shortly before 7 p.m. using a telephone borrowed from a woman in the courtyard.
The Vienna Alarm Department (WEGA) was also deployed by the police. When the very drunk aggressor saw the officers, he fled into the attic, although the uniformed officers noticed. WEGA arrested the Polish citizen without resistance. He refused to provide any information and had around two per mille of alcohol in his blood. The police imposed an entry and approach ban on him as well as a temporary weapons ban.
The professional rescue service provided the woman with emergency medical care and took her to a hospital. Her injuries bled profusely, but fortunately they were probably only superficial cuts. Their questioning was still pending on Sunday.
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