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Berlin will set up a counseling hotline for victims of truck attacks – Berlin.de

In the wake of the Kudam crime, Berlin has set up a counseling hotline.

The Senate administration announced on Friday that those affected by the crime could contact the center 24 hours a day to receive their first psychosocial support. This is an offer from the Central Liaison Office in the Senate’s Judicial, Diversity and Non-discrimination Department. The advice hotline is available 24 hours a day at 0800-0009547. Another contact for those seeking help is the Berlin Crisis Service. In the death drive, more than 30 people were injured when women were killed on Kudam and Tawenzien Road on Wednesday.

Established a counseling center in Bad Arolsen

Classes at a school in Bad Arolsen in northern Hessen, visiting the capital, were particularly affected by crime. The teacher died and one teacher and seven students were seriously injured and taken to the hospital. For those affected, Bad Arolsen police also set up a counseling center. As a police spokesman said in Korbach on Friday, students, parents and teachers have been able to inform themselves about the potential for victim protection and victim compensation from Monday.

Author: dpa / deepl.com

Date of issue: 10. June 2022

Last updated: June 10, 2022

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