a great hope for Stade Rennais, already appeared in Ligue 1 and U18 international, tried for involuntary manslaughter

a great hope for Stade Rennais, already appeared in Ligue 1 and U18 international, tried for involuntary manslaughter
a great hope for Stade Rennais, already appeared in Ligue 1 and U18 international, tried for involuntary manslaughter

Summoned by the Rennes criminal court, a young Stade Rennais player was taken into custody for involuntary manslaughter. A great Breton hope, he has already played in Ligue 1, the Europa League and with the French youth teams.

An 18-year-old professional player at Stade Rennais has been summoned to appear before the Rennes criminal court on August 23 to answer for the involuntary manslaughter of a pedestrian he hit on his electric scooter, we learned Friday from the prosecution.

The young man, who according to the local press is a professional player for Stade Rennais who passed through the club’s training center, was taken into custody on Wednesday and was brought before the public prosecutor the following day. The regional media outlet Le Télégramme reports that the player is Mathis Lambourde, who played three games with the pros last season.

A young man from the training center also present

He will be judged for “involuntary manslaughter by the driver of a motor vehicle and manifestly deliberate breach of a duty of safety or prudence”said the public prosecutor of Rennes, Philippe Astruc, confirming information from the local press.

He is also accused of “lack of insurance”According to the local press, a minor who was a passenger on the scooter, which is prohibited, is also registered at the training center.

The pedestrian, a 51-year-old woman, died on June 24 after being hit on June 18. The driver and his minor passenger were interviewed at the scene by investigators, and tests did not reveal any alcohol or drug use, according to the magistrate.

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