Is SNCF responsible?

Is SNCF responsible?
Is SNCF responsible?

Saccording to the SNCF, “the conditions to guarantee the safety of the child were unfortunately not met by the parents”. Saturday April 27, three children aged 8, 11 and 13 who had taken the train in Lille towards Rennes were finally disembarked by the on-board staff at the Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle station and taken care of by the law enforcement, reports The voice of the North.

Oléa’s parents, Jeanne and Louis, had not registered them with Junior & Cie, the paid SNCF service which allows children traveling alone to be supervised by activity leaders.

Aymeric Lavanchy, the father of Jeanne and Louis, explained to The voice of the North that he had arrived late at the station due to an accident on the Belgian motorway. He was therefore unable to register the three children with the Junior & Cie supervisors.

“The train was also late, so I was able to get my children on and report their presence to the conductor, their ticket was validated,” he said. He then tried to record them but gave up because of the crowds and the “tensions” that day at the station.

Handrail and complaints

Oléa’s father, Tony, explains that he never registered his daughter beforehand during previous trips. According to him, the “zealous” controller “exceeded the limits”. Contacted by The Parisianthe SNCF reminds that “it is obligatory for customers of the Junior & Cie service to arrive at least 1 hour before […] Read more

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