seven dead “found in terrible conditions. »

seven dead “found in terrible conditions. »
seven dead “found in terrible conditions. »

Yesterday, a road accident left seven dead and two injured on a departmental road near Chartres (Eure-et-Loir). The victims are a group of young people and a retired couple.

The prosecution states: “ Speed ​​is clearly the cause. » On Tuesday June 18 around 6:20 p.m. on departmental road 921 near Bailleau-le-Pin (Eure-et-Loir), a Peugeot 206 deviated from its trajectory and collided head-on with a Citroën which was coming in the opposite direction. Inside, a couple aged 80 and 85 who died instantly. The Peugeot then hits a Honda before rolling over several times. It ends its trajectory in a small ravine and bursts into flames. The five young people who were there, aged 17 to 19, all died in the fire. As for the passengers of the Honda, a 21-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman, they were injured and transported to the Coudray hospital center (Eure-et-Loir). One of them is seriously injured but his life prognosis is not in jeopardy.

Investigation opened for homicide and involuntary injuries

An investigation was quickly opened for homicide and unintentional injuries. According to the public prosecutor of Chartres, he is “ very probable » that the seat belts of the rear passengers of the Peugeot were not fastened at the time of impact. Likewise, as we have seen, the young people’s car “ was driving way too fast », Indicates the prosecution to our colleagues from France Info. An autopsy is planned to look for traces of alcohol or drug use. The vehicles will also be inspected to ensure that they did not present any technical faults.
The victims were all from surrounding villages. “ The youngest is a girl who was 17 years oldexplains the prosecutor to RMC. There was an 18 year old boy, two other boys aged 18 and a half and the oldest was 19 years old. » One of them had to take a baccalaureate test the next day. “ The bodies were found in terrible conditions “, continued the prosecutor. The prefect, for his part, expressed “ its support for families and the injured ».

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