Parked, Annick’s car was stamped and propelled across the road at Fontaine: “I fear that one day there will be injuries!”

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Several residents of rue Émile Vandervelde, in Fontaine-l’Evêque, were probably alerted by the crash caused by a spectacular accident on Tuesday, November 9, around 10:30 p.m. If no one was injured, the material damage was significant. Blame it on the speed… Because, here, on this great straight line, traffic accidents are legion.

And this time, it’s Annick who pays the price. She too heard the din that night. And when she got out of her house, she could only see that it was her vehicle that had been completely destroyed. “My car was parked along the road. The other vehicle was traveling beyond the authorized speed … The driver wanted to avoid a neighbor who was making a U-turn. To do this, he stepped onto the sidewalk and hit my car. “

>> Annick says: “My vehicle rolled over and ended up on the other side of the road, on the side. “

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>> She wants to raise awareness: “It happens a lot and one day I am afraid that someone will be hurt. “

>> It is impossible to place speed jacks: Annick and the neighborhood would like the checks to be more frequent.

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