Three sisters who worked for a state hospital in Mexico have been brutally killed by their very own.
Their remains were discovered in a house in the city of Torreón, the Associated Press reported on May 9th. All three nurses, aged between 48 and 59, had been strangled to death on May 7th.
The initial investigation led to the arrest of two local men in their 20s. Shockingly enough, one of them is apparently a nurse himself. The second one is a municipal employee.
Coahuila Governor Miguel Riquelme has claimed that the murders had nothing to do with the victims’ profession and that robbery was the only goal. However, the authorities did somewhat admit the violence against medical workers has been on the rise since the pandemic began.