Police Investigating ‘Acid Attack’ In Party District

  • 19 Apr 2018 9:22 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Police Investigating ‘Acid Attack’ In Party District
The Budapest police (BRFK) have launched an investigation after four people were injured in central Budapest’s party district when a bottle containing some acidic substance fell from the top of a building under construction.

Earlier it was believed that the bottle had been deliberately thrown at passersby on Tuesday evening from a window in Kazinczy Street. The four victims, who had suffered light burns from the liquid, were taken to hospital.

The police suspect that the accident was caused by careless behaviour by the construction workers.

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