“His intestines were out”: Details of the bloody attack on a doctor and two nurses in a Los Angeles clinic are revealed

Los Angeles authorities identified the man who entered a clinic in the San Fernando Valley on Friday afternoon and stabbed three people, while chilling details of the bloody attack have been revealed.

Authorities said the shooter at Encino Hospital Medical Center is named Ashkan Amirsoleymani, 35, who is in custody on three counts of attempted murder and is being held on $3 million bail.

The individual, who presented at the clinic as a patient, has a criminal record, but the cause of the attack has not yet been determined.

According to a report by the Los Angeles Times, two employees of a nearby dental clinic helped the victims of the attack and, notably, the capture of the attacker, in addition to offering revealing details of the violent episode.

According to the report, the Two dental employees entered the clinic located at 16237 Ventura Boulevard after realizing that a male nurse had come out covered in blood.and once inside, when the aggressor entered a room that serves as a cellar with a knife, they helped close the door so that he could not leave.

They had entered the hospital trying to ask for help for the nurse, who had a huge cut.

“He told us, ‘There’s someone inside, a patient who stabbed me, and they’re stabbing other people,'” said Parham Saadat, one of the two dental employees. “His intestines were out.”

The attacker was carrying a dog when he entered the Encino clinic

When another nurse and a guard secured the cellar door where the suspect was, dental employees interviewed by the Los Angeles Times they came to the aid of a doctor who was stabbed in the chest, who was then carried out on a stretcher and taken to a hospital in Northridge, just like the stabbed nurse.

A third person attacked, a nurse, suffered a leg injury. All three victims were in stable condition Saturday, and NBC4 said two of them have already been released.

The same channel reported that the attacker was under the influence of substances when he entered the clinic. “He looked drugged. He looked very anxious. I was sweating a lot. Half her shirt was soaked with sweat, and she was carrying a dog“, Recounted Benjamín Román, an ultrasound technician.

“The guy wasn’t even reacting,” added Saadat, the dental worker, about what he saw through the window in the door when the attacker was locked in the cellar. “Only he was standing in the room, with his back against the door. I don’t know what he was doing, but he was very scary.”

When about four hours later and after failed negotiation attempts by an LAPD SWAT team, the attacker was arrested. He had wounds on his arms presumably inflicted by himself.