Frankfurt / Main / Saarbrücken - The nurse from Saarland, who is suspected of murder, also worked at the Frankfurt-Höchst Clinic. A spokeswoman for the clinic announced today that the man was employed from April to September 2014. “However, due to considerable downtime, he was terminated during the probationary period.”
Hessischer Rundfunk had previously reported. The clinic had already been contacted by the investigating authorities in 2016. “We currently have no knowledge of anomalies. We work closely with the investigating authorities, ”it said. The public prosecutor in Frankfurt did not want to disclose any details. "We are at the beginning of the investigation," said spokeswoman.
At the end of August, the Saarbrücken public prosecutor's office reported investigations against 27-year-old on suspicion of five-fold murder and two attempted murder. The acts are said to have occurred between March 2015 and March 2016 in Saarland. During this time, the nurse was employed at the SHG clinic Völklingen.
He is supposed to give patients emergency medication that has not been prescribed have given to put their lives in danger. Then he tried to reanimate her. The public prosecutor's office in Saarbrücken had announced at the time that the nurse had previously worked in clinics in Frankfurt and Wiesbaden.
In Wiesbaden, he was briefly employed in the St. Josefs Hospital from September 2014. "During his work he had significant downtime, so that he was actually only on duty 33 days," said spokeswoman for the clinic. From the beginning of November he stopped showing up for work.
The Wiesbaden clinic is also working closely with the investigative authorities to check the deceased patients while the nurse was working. "Neither for the investigative authorities nor for us have there been any abnormalities," it said.