Three UAE women hurt in hammer attack at luxury London hotel
Published on Apr 7, 2014 6:02 PM
LONDON (AFP) - Three women from the United Arab Emirates were in hospital on Monday after being savagely attacked in their room at a luxury London hotel by a man wielding a hammer, the police said.
The women, all in their 30s, sustained serious injuries to their heads and faces during the "unusually violent attack" at the four-star Cumberland Hotel in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Three children were sleeping in an adjoining room at the time but they were unharmed.
One of the victims is in a critical but stable condition at a central London hospital, while the injuries suffered by the other two women are not life-threatening, the police said.
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