A couple was left battling for their lives in the wake of being attacked by a vagrant with a machete since he was furious about getting a coronavirus test before being permitted to rest in a safe house.
Kelvin Edwards, 35, supposedly wounded Kevin and Leanne Craft with a machete in an unjust attack at a capacity working in downtown Nashville on Sunday evening.
Police got Edwards after the stabbing and said he was baffled about being not able to remain at the Nashville Rescue Mission, who had actualized Covid-19 testing before visitors can remain.
A representative for the mission told Fox17 stated: ‘Indeed, all visitors who return to remain at the Mission who have not had a COVID test are approached to get one.’
The Couple Was Rushed To Hospital
The two victims were raced to the clinic with dangerous injuries; Kevin, 55, continued knife wounds to his waist while Leanne, 50, was hacked in the head and body
Officials showed up at the scene to Edwards with his hands up and the machete on the ground. Official James Hill, who was the first to see the people in question, depicted the scene as ‘upsetting.’
‘I’ve just been a cop here for around two, more than two years, and I’ve seen a couple of upsetting occurrences in my time, however simply observing the condition of the people in question – the injury – it was something that was upsetting,’ said Hill.
Relatives of the couple made an impression on the police division, expressing gratitude toward them for saving their lives.
‘My parents in law were the ones that were attacked. From the data assembled, the six officials who responded spared the Craft’s lives. Much obliged to you for serving and ensuring.. we are perpetually appreciative, god favor,’ the letter read.
On Monday, Kevin was recorded as being in basic condition and Leanne was steady. After two days, friends posted on Facebook that Kevin’s circumstance had improved.