Fatal accident on line 6 of the Paris metro. According to information from franceinfo collected from the RATP, a woman died on Saturday April 22 at the Bel-Air station. Shortly after 4 p.m., the 45-year-old woman rushed out of a train, and her jacket got caught when the automatic doors closed. When the metro restarted, part of his body was caught under the train, the victim could not be rescued and his death was declared 20 minutes later by the firefighters.
Negative test for the driver
The police carried out a screening on the subway driver, which turned out to be negative. Asked by franceinfo, the RATP indicates that “the driver, shocked, was taken care of by his management and the firefighters” and that “the victim support unit was immediately triggered”. The Paris prosecutor’s office adds that an investigation into the causes of death has been opened. It is entrusted to the police station of the 12th arrondissement.