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Woman Dragged by the Neck Behind Car in Germany



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    Police in Hamelin, Germany, investigate after a woman was dragged through the streets of the town behind a car on Sunday, November 20, 2016.

    A woman was seriously injured after being dragged by her neck through the German town of Hamelin Sunday, NBC News reported.

    A 38-year-old suspect turned himself in at a police station around the same time the woman, 28, was found on a sidewalk, according to a police statement issued Monday.

    The woman was airlifted to a medical center near the northwest German town, according to the police. She had been tied by the neck to the trailer-hook of the car.

    The suspect allegedly admitted to the crime, but didn't give a motive.