South Korean identified as 4th victim in Prague hotel fire

PRAGUE — Czech police say they have identified a South Korean woman as the final victim in a hotel fire in downtown Prague that killed four tourists.

In a Tuesday statement, police say the woman was born in 1997. No other details were given.

One other South Korean died in the blaze that broke out in the Eurostars David hotel on Saturday evening.

Police has said the other two victims are a man and a woman from Germany.

Nine tourists from the Netherlands, Turkey and France were injured in the fire and had to be hospitalized.

The hotel is located in walking distance to the city's historical center that is visited by millions of tourists every year.

Must Read

Beautiful Bruges: Old-world Europe in the present

Aug 9, 2017

Walking through central Bruges is like a romantic journey into the past while still in the present

Widening egg scandal hits 17 countries in Europe

Aug 11, 2017

A costly scandal over tainted eggs has the EU planning a summit for its ministers and food safety...

Spoils of Brexit: EU cities race to get EU...

Oct 3, 2017

Competition to host the European Medicines Agency and the European Banking Authority heats up this...

The Latest: Paris picked as future home of EU...

Nov 20, 2017

Paris has been picked to succeed London as host city of the European Banking Authority once Britain...

EU Parliament votes against banning key kebab...

Dec 13, 2017

The European Parliament narrowly defeated plans to ban an additive which is considered key in...

Sign up now!

The Healthier Web delivers accurate and up-to-date health information through medical content and insights from experts. Feel the ‘ohm’ here in The Healthier Web.

Contact us: sales[at]