Two Afghan migrants were arrested following a stabbing and sex assault in Rennes, France, according to reports.
The incident unfolded at around midnight on July 10 when a woman was accosted by male suspects near Charles de Gaulle station in Rennes, capital of the Brittany region.
A 40-year-old man identified as her ex-boyfriend intervened after the victim was grabbed in the buttocks, Ouest France reports.
The male victim was then stabbed multiple times in the back, causing him to lose consciousness while his attackers escaped.
“As they fled, the 40-year-old realized he was losing blood and had a wound in his lower back," a prosecutor explained. "The emergency services took care of him and the bleeding was stopped."
"A kidney wound was clearly evident."
The victim underwent emergency surgery at hospital and survived.
An investigation was launched, leading to the recent apprehension of two foreign suspects.
"The two accused, aged 19 and 25, born in Afghanistan, were arrested and placed in police custody on July 20," the prosecutor said.
"In a hearing, they will answer for acts of violence with a weapon resulting in a temporary incapacity for work greater than 8 days and sexual assault."
A trial has been set for September 20 and the suspects will remain in custody until that time.
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