Beauvais. After the fatal accident of little Cléa, “the investigation continues”
While the funeral of little Cléa Ansart, daughter of a gendarme, took place with great emotion in the presence of all the officers and Colonel Tugdual-Baron, boss of the gendarmes of the Oise, the investigation continues.
The two-year-old child was knocked down on Saturday June 11 in front of the Allure Auto garage, rue du Pont Laverdure in the west of Beauvais. The same day, the prosecutor explained the probable circumstances of the accident. While the mother of the child came to sell a vehicle and to be lent a replacement vehicle, when entrusting the vehicle to her, an employee started stealing. The rest is detailed by prosecutor Caroline Tharot: “The employee started the car without realizing that the first gear was engaged (…) the vehicle made a sudden jump and hit the child who was in front”.
An investigation for manslaughter by the driver of a vehicle has been opened, entrusted by the Beauvais public prosecutor’s office to the Beauvais police station. The prosecutor indicates this Thursday, June 23 that “investigations are continuing”. An investigation relating in particular to the technical analyzes of the vehicle, to ensure
On the side of the Allure garage, it’s desolation. Thomas Tuncq, manager of the garage confides: “I can’t say much, because we have little information. Other than sending all the thoughts we can to the family. We are heard from each other [dans le cadre de l’enquête]. But we have no information on the follow-up that will be given. We try to collaborate as much as possible to try to see more clearly.. The garage employee who was driving was hospitalized for several days. “She was in shock”explains the mechanic who adds that he has little news.
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