Europe 1 with AFP 5:33 p.m., January 21, 2022

A 13-year-old minor was checked on Tuesday at 133 km / h on a section of motorway limited to 90 km / h, AFP learned on Friday from the Republican Security Company (CRS) motorway of Champigneulles (Meurthe-et -Moselle).

A 13-year-old minor was checked on Tuesday at 133 km / h on a section of motorway limited to 90 km / h, we learned on Friday from the Republican Security Company (CRS) motorway of Champigneulles (Meurthe- et-Moselle).

The teenager then refused to submit to a check by the police, an officer from the highway CRS told AFP, confirming information from the daily L'Est Républicain.

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170km/h without license

The authorities then asked the Metz motorway CRS to set up a "mobile plug" a little further on the A31, which allowed them to arrest the teenager.

The latter, a 13-year-old minor, obviously without a driving license, was placed in police custody before being released.

He is summoned in the coming weeks before the juvenile judge.

His toxicology tests were negative.

According to L'Est Républicain, the young motorist took big risks to try to escape the police, driving up to an estimated speed of 170 km / h before being blocked by the mobile stopper.

His car, without insurance and devoid of technical control, would have been lent to him by a friend.

Three passengers were with him in the car.

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