Prosecutors open investigations in the case of the woman who jumped in front of train

Prosecutors with the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Ilfov Court have started an investigation in the case of the woman who jumped in front of the train with her three children.

Representatives of the Prosecutor’s Office told AGERPRES that a criminal case has been opened “in rem” for committing the offense of homicide, with investigations continuing at the scene.

Four persons, a woman and three children, have lost their lives after being hit by a train in Branesti halt station, spokesman of the Bucharest Police Georgian Dragan stated on Thursday.

“A woman aged between 25 and 30 lost her live. Moreover, three children, aged between 2 and 12, also died. The tragic event is investigated by my colleagues with the Bucharest Transport Regional Police Section. A complex team within the Romanian Police made up of specialists of the National Criminology Institute and the Transport Police Directorate are at the scene. The investigations are conducted by the policemen, under the coordination of a prosecutor with the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Ilfov Court,” Georgian Dragan stated.

He confirmed the fact that a farewell note was found on the deceased woman, adding that investigators are still trying to establish a causal link.

In respect to a possible suicide, Dragan stated that “all versions are being taken into account.”

Regarding the possibility of the deceased woman to have been pregnant, the spokesman mentioned that this matter is to be established following the necropsy, giving that the victims’ bodies have already been sent to the Forensics Institute.

Dragan also mentioned that the train director was replaced and he is to be heard in the criminal case opened by the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Ilfov Court.

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