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Dakar: investigators on the trail of another suspicious explosion

2022-01-27T10:10:59.127Z

Twenty-four hours after the explosion of Philippe Boutron's vehicle on January 30, another explosion reduced an assistance truck to ashes.



The General Directorate of Internal Security continues to investigate the suspicious explosion of the vehicle driven by Philippe Boutron on December 30 just before the start of the Dakar.

According to

RMC

, the specialized intelligence service would also be interested in another explosion that occurred twenty-four hours later, on a truck this time.

Camélia Liparoti's assistance vehicle was covering the link between Jeddah and Ha'il in the night between December 31 and January 1 when after 102 kilometers, the driver heard a loud explosion.

The latter first thought it was a tire explosion before noticing in his rear view mirror that the truck was on fire and that the tank had come off a few dozen meters away.

At the time, Camélia Liparoli posted a photo of the fire on her Instagram account while explaining that it had broken out for "

undetermined reasons

".

Read alsoDakar: "It was necessarily a bomb that exploded under the car", the relatives of Philippe Boutron convinced of an attack

Saudi police and firefighters intervened to clean up the area of ​​the incident but no one would know where the carcass of the vehicle is today, underlines

RMC,

before specifying that a lawyer has been appointed to follow the case.

Read alsoSaudi Arabia: Riyadh's embarrassment after the Dakar rally-raid attack

In the file concerning the explosion of the car of Philippe Boutron, seriously affected, the French investigators encounter difficulties.

According to

France Info

, on January 18, no investigator was able to go to the scene of the explosion.

Negotiations between the two countries would be difficult.

Source: lefigaro

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