The fifteen-year-old boy from The Hague, who is suspected of involvement in the fatal tram incident in The Hague on October 18, has been released under certain conditions.

The council chamber of the court of The Hague has extended his pre-trial detention by thirty days, but due to personal circumstances he will be released on Wednesday.

It is not known exactly what the conditions are.

The boy is said to have pushed a Polish man in the Ypenburg district of The Hague, causing the man to come under the tram.

The victim died on the spot from his injuries.

Two co-defendants, also a 15-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man, have already been released and are no longer suspected of "causing a fatal incident".

The Public Prosecution Service (OM) suspects the Hague teenagers of having left a person in need.

The fatal accident happened on Rijswijkse Landingslaan.

The victim, a 39-year-old man from Poland without a permanent home or residence, had visited the boys several times, according to the Public Prosecution Service.