In Esbjerg creates a tunnel big sense of insecurity among children and families.
more specifically, it outrages and unpleasant heckling that goes on in the tunnel, which makes the people in the local area unsafe.
Last Friday was a high school student from the nearby Vitaskolen Bohr assaulted and beaten by other schoolchildren in the tunnel, while a group of filmed it.
It has Jydske Vestkysten could tell.
B. T. has spoken with the mother of the overfaldne student who is 15 years old and going into ninth grade. It is not clear to her why her son was assaulted. But it has happened after a quarrel, she explains.
"I'm sorry that you can find to do such a thing. I can't understand that you think it's okay to kick people," says Lillian Larsen.
It is particularly a problem, because the tunnel is a necessary way to go for many.
Lillian Larsen explains that it is a tunnel, the pupils will have to go through to get to school.
Otherwise, they must go a long way. It is far from the first time there is unpleasant incidents in the tunnel.
a few weeks ago and saw Vitaskolen Bohr according to Jydske Vestkysten problems with young people hanging out in the tunnel and created insecurity by firing fireworks and shouting at random passers-by.
It was the school to send a message home to the parents and enter into a collaboration agreement with the SSP and the community policing, which began to patrol more often in the tunnel.
It was not enough, however, for Friday was Lillian Larsen's son beaten in the tunnel. His jacket and the phone went to pieces during the session, and subsequently the mother experienced a marked son.
"He is more tired now and can't sleep at night," says Lillian Larsen.
She says, also adults in the area are nervous to go through the tunnel.
After Friday's assault, the school has to take more stringent measures.
They have reported to the police the incident, because it occurred during school hours.
in Addition, the public students in eighth and ninth grade to leave the school during recess leading up to christmas.
"We need to show that we mean it here, and get created completely calm about the tunnel for a while. So we must see if we are ready to let the students go outside the school again after christmas," says headmaster Ole Lerke to the Jutland west Coast, and continues:
"at the same time, daily supervision in the tunnel, and I have written to the parents and encouraged them to talk with their children about this," he says.Updated Date: 12 December 2019, 21:00