INFORMATION EUROPE 1 - Celebrations of the victory of Algeria: a death in Montpellier
A 42-year-old woman was hit by a speeding vehicle in the Mosson neighborhood on Thursday night after Algeria qualified for the CAN semi-finals. & Nbsp;
A 42-year-old woman was hit by a speeding vehicle in the Mosson neighborhood on Thursday night after Algeria qualified for the CAN semi-finals.
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The celebrations of the victory of Algeria, qualified for the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations after its success against Côte d'Ivoire, turned to drama Thursday night in Montpellier, according to information collected by Europe 1.
The prognosis of a year-old baby
The driver of a fast-moving car lost control of his vehicle and mowed a family. A 42-year-old woman was killed instantly. Her one-year-old baby is multi-traumatic and life-threatening. Her 17-year-old daughter suffers from several broken legs. The Algerian supporter 21 years was arrested and placed in custody.
Excesses also took place in Paris, where shops in the Champs-Elysées district were looted in the evening. In total, according to information from Europe 1, 20 police officers were injured in France, including ten in Marseille, where 9,000 people were gathered after the match.
Across the country, 30 people were arrested including fourteen in Roubaix, where we deplore multiple fire starts and throwing projectiles on the police.