An Israeli and a Hungarian national wanted in connection with crimes committed in Hungary were arrested thanks to international cooperation, the official website of the Hungarian police said.
One person died of injuries sustained in a fire in Budapest’s St Margit hospital, the official website of the police said.
A fire broke out in a Covid ward of the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Hatvan, eastern Hungary, early on Sunday, but caused no injuries, the hospital’s communications director told MTI.
Two separate Hungarian police units have been dispatched to serve along the border of Serbia and North Macedonia, the national police headquarters (ORFK) said.
A woman stabbed by a Chinese fellow Covid-19 patient in a Budapest 6th district hospital last week died on Wednesday, the Budapest police said.
A Chinese Covid-19 patient who stabbed an anaesthesized woman using surgical scissors in the courtyard of a Budapest hospital late last week has been taken into custody, the Budapest public prosecutor told MTI.
A Polish man has been arrested in Budapest on charges of kidnapping, hostage-taking and armed robbery in Poland, the Budapest Police Headquarters (BRFK) said.
A Ukrainian boat captain charged in connection with a deadly boat collision on the River Danube in 2019 will remain under criminal supervision and be required to report regularly to the authorities by phone, in line with a binding court ruling, the Budapest chief prosecutor’s office said, confirming reports by the daily Magyar Nemzet.
An administrative fine was imposed on the two Romanian drivers.
The child suffered so severe injuries that he died on the scene.