Urban rodeos claim new victims.
Two teenagers collided on Sunday afternoon on an axis prohibited to traffic in Verdon-sur-Mer, at the tip of the Médoc, reports France Bleu.
According to the mayor of the city, Jacky Bidalun, who went there on Sunday afternoon, the accident occurred on “a road prohibited to the public.
It is a construction site of the Grand Port maritime de Bordeaux since this road starts from the D1215, and ends at the commercial port.
There were about fifteen young people, mostly minors, who were not from the area, some were bare-chested, which is not necessarily the most appropriate equipment for riding a motorcycle, "says the elected official. over the radio.
Two children broke in the Val-d'Oise
"It's up to the one who goes the fastest, the one who spins the best, lifts the front wheel or rolls on the rear wheel, it's unfortunate because this kid is very affected", insists Jacky Bidalun.
One of the two young people, aged 14, was seriously injured.
Helicoptered by the Samu to the Pellegrin hospital, he suffered several fractures in the pelvis and femur, reports France Bleu.
His vital prognosis is engaged according to the firefighters.
The second driver, aged 16, escaped with scratches on the back.
Friday, August 5, two children were mowed down by a motorcycle at the foot of the towers of the Hauts de Marcouville district in Pontoise (Val-d'Oise).
A 2018 law strengthening the law against motorized rodeos provides penalties of up to 5 years in prison for their perpetrators.
Sunday morning on France Info, the deputy of Yvelines Natalia Pouzyreff, rapporteur of the law strengthening the fight against wild rodeos, spoke of the need to "strengthen the possibility for the police to carry out long-term investigations", by betting in particular on the development of video surveillance in order to carry out “a posteriori” arrests.