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  1. Madsen initially stated that he had dropped Wall off on land, but then admitted to dumping her body at sea after she died in what he claimed was an accident on board Nautilus. [21] [22] He testified in a court hearing on 5 September that Wall died after being struck on the head by the submarine's hatch cover. [24]

  2. Sep 05, 2017 · Peter Madsen, the Danish inventor charged with killing Kim Wall, has said she died after being hit by a hatch cover aboard his submarine. Testifying in court on Tuesday, Madsen claimed he had been holding the hatch for Ms Wall and had slipped, causing the heavy cover to fall on the journalist. Ms Wall, a Swedish freelance reporter, had been visiting Madsen in his Nautilus submarine to research ...

  3. Sep 05, 2017 · Peter Madsen, the Danish inventor charged with killing Kim Wall, has said she died after being hi...

  4. Sep 05, 2017 · By Julie Astrid Thomsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Swedish journalist Kim Wall died when she was accidentally hit by a heavy hatch cover on board a home-made submarine, the Danish owner of the vessel testified in court on Tuesday. Peter Madsen, who denies killing Wall, said he was holding the hatch for her but it slipped and hit her head as they sailed in the strait between Denmark and Sweden last ...

  5. Sep 05, 2017 · By Julie Astrid Thomsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Swedish journalist Kim Wall died when she was accidentally hit by a heavy hatch cover on board a home-made submarine, the Danish owner of the vessel ...

  6. Sep 05, 2017 · The pair had climbed up onto the submarine's watchtower when Madsen slipped, causing the hatch to slam shut, the inventor said. Wall, 30, was coming up behind him and the hatch hit her over the head. When he looked down, he told the court, she was "bleeding violently" from her head.

  7. Sep 09, 2020 · Kim Wall, who was 30 when she died, was an award-winning reporter who had travelled the world for her stories. She had reported from Uganda, Cuba, the Marshall Islands, Kenya and the United States.