November 13th. According to the British “Guardian” report, the spokesperson of the British Prison Service said that the serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, known as the “Yorkshire Ripper”, died in the hospital. Previously, he had been tested positive for the new coronavirus.
According to reports, Sutcliffe was sentenced to 20 life imprisonment for murdering 13 women in the late 1970s and trying to kill 7 other women. It is reported that he is serving his sentence in Frankland Prison in Durham.
According to reports, he died at North Durham University Hospital, which is about 3 miles from the prison. The report quoted British Sky TV as saying that Sutcliffe was sent to the hospital after contracting Coronavirus. But it is reported that he refused to receive treatment.
Two weeks ago, Sutcliffe, 74, was treated for a suspected heart attack. After returning to prison, he tested positive for the new coronavirus and was sent back to the hospital.
It is reported that Sutcliffe was originally in poor physical condition, he was obese and suffering from diabetes.