A teenager kicked to death in the Abitibi

News 10 August, 2017
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    For a reason which remains to be determined, the car deviated from its lane to strike the two young girls who were walking on the shoulder of the road.

    David Prince

    Thursday, 10 August, 2017 00:11

    Thursday, 10 August, 2017 00:11

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    Rouyn-Noranda | A teenager is dead and another was fighting always for her life last night after being hit by a car while they were walking on the shoulder of the road.

    The tragedy occurred at around 16: 30 on the avenue Granada, Rouyn-Noranda, in the Abitibi region, in an area of 70 km/h.

    The emdroit is located just a few meters from a zone of 50 km/h, at the entrance to the district of Granada.

    Deviated from its route

    According to information collected by witnesses who have requested anonymity, the two teenage girls of 16 years old were walking on the paved shoulder of the road.

    It was then that the car involved in the drama has deviated from its route to hit them full in the face and project them into the ditch.

    No alcohol

    However, yesterday evening, the Sûreté du Québec did not want to comment on or confirm this information as it is of survey items.

    “Alcohol is not in question and the speed does not seem to have been a contributory factor “, however stated to the Newspaper the spokesman for the provincial police, the sergente Hélène Nepton.

    Nervous shock

    After the impact, the witnesses attempted cpr on at least one of the two victims until the emergency services.

    At least one witness rushed to the scene after the drama had to be rushed to the hospital to treat a nervous shock.