A tragedy may have been avoided in the south of France. An individual, "sentenced to prison for having overthrown two young 15-year-old cyclists in 2012", was this time arrested in the agglomeration of Cannes after having "committed numerous offenses against the Highway Code", announced the City on Twitter this Thursday.
This man was driving in a Ferrari and he had reached a speed of 262 km / h "during the last three hours", continued the municipality.
The Cannes authorities did not hesitate to recall the heavy judicial past of this individual nor the consequences of his crime committed in 2012. “One of the young cyclists died of his injuries, the other is disabled”, he added. she indicated.
The man had also received a driving ban in France and this time he was driving with a Belgian license. He was transported to the police station and his vehicle "was seized by court order".