On Sunday morning, the cops rescued a man from the Danube in Regensburg. The 44-year-old had apparently been drunk in the river.
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Police said a local citizen was calling around 5:30 am to jump loudly on the emergency call. The local authorities were also quick to find the source of the noise: a man clinging to the wall of the sea and screaming for help.
Together, the police managed to pull out of the 44-year-old Danube completely tired. It was very cold and because of the strong alcoholization in a Regensburg hospital. The man had over a thousand, a police spokesman said. The full value is ambiguous. There is no sign of a third-party crime in the fall.