Large-scale operation in secondary school after amok alarm – Stuttgart Journal

On Tuesday at around 2.40 p.m., an amok alarm triggered a large-scale police operation in the secondary school at the monastery garden in Sindelfingen. Strong forces from the police headquarters in Ludwigsburg cordoned off the area around the school. At that time, several classes with at least 100 students were still having lessons.

The teachers locked themselves in the classrooms with the majority of the students. The first indications that it could be a false alarm arose at a very early stage. Emergency services then searched the entire building and the sports hall.

The students and teachers were gradually taken by the police from the school building and the sports hall to a car park on Burghaldenstraße, where they were cared for and their parents were able to receive them.

At the same time, the Sindelfingen city administration, the Sindelfingen fire brigade, the chief emergency doctor, and the integrated control center in Böblingen, as the interface to the rescue service and the district office in Böblingen, were regularly informed about the situation.

No evidence of a criminal offense could be obtained. There was never a dangerous situation. A technical defect in the area of ​​the alarm system is believed to have been the cause of the alarm being triggered.

The investigations into this are still ongoing. By 5:20 p.m., all operations had ended. A total of around 60 police officers, six members of the rescue service and a senior emergency doctor as well as the Sindelfingen fire brigade with the command vehicle, which was manned by two people, were deployed.

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