The Paris bus driver is arrested for murder after deliberately crushing the & # 39; man with his vehicle for the horrible tourists after an anger confrontation near the Louvre
- The driver is said to have crashed in his car in Paris
- After an angry confrontation, he would have used his bus to kill the man
- The victim immediately thought he died and the bus driver was arrested for murder
A driver from a bus driver in Paris was arrested for murder after allegedly shattering another man with his vehicle in anger for astonished passengers.
The shocking rage attack on the road took place on Tuesday afternoon, on the River Seine and opposite the Louvre.
The victim, 56 years old, is believed to have died immediately, while the bus driver, 46 years old, was arrested shortly after for "intentional murder," a source said.
None of the men involved has been identified.
The shocking anger attack on the Paris road took place on the River Seine on Tuesday afternoon
& # 39; A car was hit from behind by a packed tourist bus and the two drivers involved became involved in a dispute & # 39 ;, a research source said.
& # 39; The damage was very light, but the driver stepped onto the road and confronted the coachman through a side window of the coach. & # 39;
Witnesses said that punches were thrown between the two men through the window, and then business escalated.
& # 39; The driver of the coach restarted his engine and turned the vehicle sharply to the left, so that the driver of the car was pressed against another coach. & # 39;
He is suspected intentionally of killing the other driver, and may face up to 30 years in prison.
It took place opposite the Louvre and the tourist bus driver would have used his vehicle to crush the other man (file photo)
On Tuesday evening, the alleged murderer was in custody in the Paris police station.
According to another source, tests showed that the blood alcohol level in the driver was negative.
A crisis center was set up for those who had traveled by bus and who witnessed the incident.
Many were reportedly in a & # 39; state of serious trauma & # 39 ;.
It is said that they come from all over the world and have just traveled through Paris.
A Paris police spokesperson said the accident happened in broad daylight on the Voltaire quay, on the River Seine.
Numerous tourist buses – many of them double-deckers with open roofs – operate in a part of Paris where traffic often crashes, and anger incidents on the road occur regularly.
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