A woman in her forties died Saturday in the Paris metro. His coat got stuck in a door as he got off the train, according to the Paris Autonomous Transport Authority (RATP) and the prosecutor's office. At 16:00 p.m., at the Bel-Air subway station, a woman born in 1977 saw her coat stuck when she got off the train, and her death occurred," the Public Ministry said. According to media reports, her departure from the carriage was rushed and she was dragged away when the train started again. An investigation into the causes of death has been opened. "The impacted driver was taken care of by his supervisors, the firefighters." The RATP said, adding that "a victim care unit was immediately activated."

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