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Fatal collision in Aubervilliers: what happened between the victim and the police ? The drama filmed

A 19-year-old young man lost his life Aubervilliers after a collision with a police car. The theory of a refusal to comply is put forward, but refuted by witnesses. Two investigations were carried out. open.

The driver of a scooter died Aubervilliers, in Seine-Saint-Denis, after a collision with a police car, Wednesday March 13. But what happened? ? "Around 7:20 p.m., a two-wheeler mounted by two helmeted individuals commits a refusal to comply. A police squad pursues him. The fleeing scooter hits a second crew with its sound and light warnings activated, arriving in front of them. explained a police source to Le Parisien. This second crew veered off course following a crash. a refusal of priority committed by a third party, he was not able to avoid the impact with the scooter, despite his actions. an evasion maneuver" we specify. City cameras reportedly filmed the incident. the scene.

In a press release; published this Thursday morning, the prosecutor of the Republic of Bobigny, Eric Mathais, declared that "public highway videos" confirm the version of the facts according to which "the police vehicle musté deviate from the traffic lane, due to a priority non-compliance with a vehicle being identified, and thus found himself imprisoned. facing the scooter which was coming in the opposite direction à at a brisk pace after getting out of the way. to double " as he summarizes in the press release. Nevertheless, a witness who attended the incident &agrav; the scene and which then took place. questioned by France Tétévisions affirmedé that the BAC car called for reinforcement by the police would in reality have "barré the road" to the scooter before it enters "into the van opposite". Two investigations are underway to determine the exact circumstances of this tragedy and one of them has been investigated. entrusted to l'IGPN.

A refusal to comply with what was mentioned above by the police, but refuted by the witnesses

But while a refusal to comply was mentioned; In the first elements of the investigation reported by BFMTV, this thesis is refuted by several witnesses. ;eacute;minus à AFP. It was not in relation to the second police vehicle that the scooter would have refused to comply. If the collision did indeed take place with this vehicle, it is due to the accident. the sight of the first police car that the scooter fled.

The investigation opened by the Bobigny public prosecutor's office for refusal to comply aggravated by must precisely determine whether a refusal to comply actually took place with the first vehicle. It must more broadly shed light on the entire course of the scooter and its collision with a vehicle.

The passenger hospitalized

Né in 2005, the young man was first involved in victim of a first cardiac arrest before being resuscitated and transportation &agrav; the hospital. He resided in La Courneuve, in the cityé of the 4,000, explains a police source to Le Parisien. A second person was on the scooter at the time of the accident. 

So far, two investigations have been carried out. opened by the Bobigny public prosecutor's office. A first, entrusted to the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN). A second, for refusal to comply, aggravated, entrusted to the judicial accident processing service of the police headquarters. The passenger of the scooter had been hit. placed in custody &agrav; seen but this measure was taken into account. lifted because the latter had toû &being hospitalizedé to receive care, as indicated by France 3.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116