Muere en Cartagena una mujer que estaba en la UCI tras haber sido atacada con un martillo por su marido

La calle de Cartagena donde se produjo la agresión mortal.

Una mujer de 61 años ha muerto este miércoles en Cartagena (Murcia), tras estar ingresada en la UCI después de haber sido presuntamente agredida por su marido el pasado 22 de julio, que se encuentra en prisión provisional. Tenía numerosas heridas en la cabeza, tras haber sido atacada con un martilo. 

La mujer tenía una hija mayor de edad en común con el presunto agresor y no constan denuncias previas por violencia de género, según ha informado el Ministerio de Igualdad en un comunicado.

‼️ Condenamos el presunto asesinato machista de una mujer de 61 años en Cartagena. Trasladamos todo nuestro apoyo a familiares y amistades de la víctima.

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