Paris: Bruno Le Maire crashes into a cyclist after running a red light

Paris: Bruno Le Maire crashes into a cyclist after running a red light
Paris: Bruno Le Maire crashes into a cyclist after running a red light

The accident apparently occurred shortly after he left the ministry. The car of Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire hit a cyclist in Paris on Friday evening who had run a red light, AFP learned from two sources, one a police officer and the other in the minister’s entourage. .

Bruno Le Maire was driving his personal vehicle after leaving the ministry when “at an intersection in the 6th arrondissement, shortly after 7:30 p.m., he collided with a cyclist who had crossed the red light,” explained the Source in the minister’s entourage. .

The cyclist, hit in the eyebrow arch and suffering from possible head trauma, was evacuated by firefighters to Cochin hospital, said the police Source, according to which the accident took place on rue Bonaparte around 7:40 p.m. According to our information, he was in a relative emergency. For his part, Bruno Le Maire was not injured in the accident, his entourage said.

“Like any citizen in such a case, he answered the police’s questions and took an alcohol test on site. He also passed a drug test. And both tests were negative,” this Source told AFP.

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