After relegation in Berlin: Rostock fan beat up Hertha fan – dead! | Regional

On May 19, Hertha lost 1-0 to HSV in the first relegation game in the Olympic Stadium. Then tragic scenes played out.

Berlin – In an argument near the Olympic Stadium, a 55-year-old Hertha fan was injured so badly that he succumbed to his injuries in hospital on Tuesday afternoon.

There is still no trace of the perpetrator. The police are now investigating the cause of bodily harm resulting in death.

That had happened

The driver of a car with Rostock license plates and the 55-year-old Hertha fan are said to have gotten into an argument on the night of May 19 after the relegation game between Hertha and Hamburger SV at the intersection of Rominter Allee and Olympic Street.

When the Hertha fan wanted to continue walking, the passenger in the car, who is said to have been wearing a shirt with the Hansa Rostock club logo, hit him. The 55-year-old fell, hit his head on the road and suffered the serious injuries he succumbed to in hospital on Tuesday afternoon.

The alleged perpetrator is said to have fled on foot. The BMW driver drove off on the Olympische Straße in the direction of the Reichsstraße, it was said. The police are now looking for more witnesses.

Please direct information to the Berlin police on 030 4664-271100 or 030 4664-271010. You can also write an e-mail to or contact the police internet station or any police station.



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