The Nice court sentenced a bus driver to two years in prison, including fifteen months suspended, the cancellation of his license and an obligation to drive a vehicle equipped with an alcohol ignition interlock device for two years, according to information from Nice morning.
At the beginning of May, around 10:30 p.m., he had been arrested in a state of intoxication during his service after the intervention of passengers for him to stop.
Licensed by Lignes d’Azur
That evening, the 42-year-old man, on a permanent contract since 2019 on the public transport network of the Nice Côte d’Azur metropolis, had struck three parked vehicles and was driving with 0.91 milligrams of alcohol. exhaled air (the fixed limit being 0.25 milligrams). Lignes d’Azur has dismissed him since this story.
During his hearing, the driver said he regretted what he had done after apologizing to the victims and his employer “who [lui] trusted”. He had already been convicted several times for acts related to road traffic, including manslaughter.