Two young people in absolute emergency after a serious road accident in Trévoux – Le Trévoux
The accident occurred shortly before 8 p.m., Saturday March 18, in the town of Trévoux, on the D22, near La Croix-Logan. Four young people from the Quimperlé region, living in Bannalec and Trévoux, were traveling in a car. The driver lost control of his vehicle. The car would have bitten the side of the road, just before a crossing.
The impact was violent: the car rolled over several times and hit parked vehicles, which were themselves moved several meters. The vehicle came to a stop 200 m further on, on the roof.
Two 27 year olds
Two passengers, aged 27, were in a state of absolute emergency on Saturday evening. They were transported by Dragon 29 and Dragon 56 to the Cavale Blanche hospital in Brest. The other passenger and the driver, aged 25 and 22, were more slightly injured and taken to hospital in Quimperlé.
The road was blocked most of the night. About twenty firefighters from Quimperlé, Bannalec, Saint-Thurien and Concarneau intervened, as well as the gendarmes of the Rosporden brigade and the commander of the Quimperlé company, Colonel Rémy Gestermann. The mayor of the town, Élina Vandenbroucke, was also on the scene. Excessive speed could be the cause of the tragedy.
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