With a balloon of nitrous oxide - the laughing gas very popular with revelers - in her mouth, Zoé goes up the most beautiful avenue in the world at the wheel of her Smart towards the Arc de Triomphe.
According to a witness, this video was taken by the driver.
We do not know if this is the case or if it is the work of the passenger in the car.
On the other hand, we are certain that these images were shot just a few seconds before the terrible accident which took place on Tuesday evening at 133, avenue des Champs-Élysées, next to the Publicis Drugstore (Paris VIIIe).
Shortly before 9 p.m., the 20-year-old woman living in Rueil-Malmaison (Hauts-de-Seine) lost control of her car before mowing four people on a pedestrian crossing.
The record is terrible.
A Belgian firefighter and a nurse practiced the first aid measures
Dragged a few meters, a woman found herself trapped under the vehicle. Passers-by came to his aid by lifting the Smart to free it. The victim was unconscious but was still breathing when she was taken to hospital. A 49-year-old man suffered from several open fractures. But he was aware. A Belgian volunteer firefighter came to his aid. The rescuer, as well as a nurse from across-Quiévrain, were the first to take care of seriously injured pedestrians. A 54-year-old man complained of pain in his lower body. The fourth victim was hit in the knees and presented a light bleeding wound.
According to the first elements collected on the spot by the investigators, the two young women were alone in the vehicle.
The driver, according to a witness, would have run a red light before accelerating and hitting the central reservation.
Another source assures that the vehicle was stationary at the fire before a sudden acceleration.
In any case, the car mowed down the four victims who were walking on a pedestrian crossing.
Immediately after the shock, the two young women, who were apparently not known to the police, did not flee.
The shocked driver was also taken to hospital.
An investigation was opened for “endangering others following a serious bodily injury in road traffic”. The young woman was to be placed in police custody by the police of the judicial treatment of accidents service, to which the Paris prosecutor's office entrusted the case. According to our information, the tests for alcohol and drugs have been negative.