the scooter driver, aged 17, died in hospital

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the scooter driver, aged 17, died in hospital

The 17-year-old young man was hospitalized with a life-threatening prognosis. He died this Sunday, December 10 at the end of the afternoon. Testimonies collected by investigators explain that there was no collision between the two-wheeler and the police vehicle.

The driver who was driving the scooter during the refusal to comply which caused the death of a teenager on Friday December 8, died this Sunday in hospital, the Meaux prosecutor told BFMTV.

Born in May 2006, the teenager was rushed to hospital in a life-threatening condition.

Two testimonies rule out collision with police car

The passenger of the scooter, also aged 17, died shortly after the incident on Saturday morning.

Around 11 p.m. Friday evening, the anti-crime brigade (BAC) of Neuilly-sur-Marne wanted to check the driver of a scooter who had just run a red light, indicates the prosecution. But he refused to stop and fled with his passenger.

While trying to avoid vehicles stopped at a red light, the scooter loses grip on the road and hits a vehicle stopped at a traffic light.

According to the first elements of the investigation communicated by the prosecution, “it seems that there was no contact between the scooter and the BAC vehicle, even if the driver of the scooter had retreated towards the administrative vehicle in order to try to get around the vehicles. stopped at a red light.

This Sunday, investigators collected spontaneous testimony from two separate motorists – who did not know each other – and who witnessed the incident. These two people attested to having observed no material contact between the BAC vehicle and the scooter.

Two open investigations

Véronique observed the scene from her window. “I heard a pretty loud noise,” she told BFMTV.

“I thought it was something from the construction site that was falling. So I opened my shutters and there I saw, indeed, on the construction site, the police car parked in the little corner that we see over there,” she assures, pointing to him.

In this case, two investigations were opened under the authority of the Meaux public prosecutor’s office. The first, entrusted to the Chelles-Villeparisis police station, for refusal to comply. The second, entrusted to the IGPN, for homicides and involuntary injuries.

Mélanie Vecchio with Martin Regley

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