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Canada Explosion rue de Treviso in Paris: three years later, an agreement found to compensate the victims

23:20  11 january  2022
23:20  11 january  2022 Source:   liberation.fr

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Three years after the gas explosion in the rue de Trévise (9e arrondissement), one of the worst accidents of this type ever in Paris , the many victims can hope to finally be fully compensated … and Anne Hidalgo can hope to settle a very symbolic case that risked weighing on her already difficult presidential campaign. A framework agreement to this effect was endorsed by the various stakeholders during a final mediation meeting on Monday January 10. The socialist mayor of Paris wanted the agreement to be concluded and formalized before the commemoration of the third anniversary of the

Three years after the gas explosion in the rue de Trévise (9e arrondissement), one of the worst accidents of this type ever in Paris , the many victims can hope to finally be fully compensated … and Anne Hidalgo can hope to settle a very symbolic case that risked weighing on her already difficult presidential campaign. A framework agreement to this effect was endorsed by the various stakeholders during a final mediation meeting on Monday January 10. The socialist mayor of Paris wanted the agreement to be concluded and formalized before the commemoration of the third anniversary of the

Vue de la rue de Trévise, à Paris, le 12 janvier 2019. © Carl Labrosse seen from the street of Treviso, in Paris, January 12, 2019.

The discussions continued until late In the evening. Two days of the third anniversary of the Explosion of Treviso Street, in the IX Arrondissement of Paris, a victim compensation framework was finally found, announced Tuesday the city and associations. Around the table for this mediation meeting, the lawyers of all parties - the town hall of Paris, the associations, but also the trustee of the building, the insurance and GRDF - were present. An extraordinary Paris Council must now be convened to validate this agreement on January 17th. On January 12, 2019, 4 people were killed and 66 wounded after a very strong detonation caused by a gas leak . More than 400 residents ended up.

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An agreement to compensate the victims of the explosion in the rue de Trévise was found Monday evening January 10, two days before the commemoration of the tragedy, announced Tuesday January 11 the City, which will provide it to the tune of 20 million. euros, and victims associations. The agreement contains the “recognition of the exceptional nature of the explosion on terms that remain confidential», Indicated Emmanuel Grégoire. On January 12, 2019, a very loud detonation caused by a gas leak had blown this street in the 9th arrondissement of the capital, killing 4 and injuring 66.

But when you have to repair, compensate … she is unemployed, ”writes Inès again today on her Twitter account, speaking of the mayor of Paris , Anne Hidalgo. For several weeks, this survivor of the gas explosion on rue de Trévise on January 12, 2019 – who almost lost her legs during the tragedy – has been calling out to the Parisian city council daily, to claim compensation for the victims . “Contrary to the first analyzes of the City of Paris , it is possible that a community participates in a framework agreement without this indicating a preliminary recognition of guilt”, she had indicated.

We are waiting for a schedule: signature, passage to the Council of Paris, and, date of real implementation with, finally, a care of the victims will be able to confirm that the framework agreement is validated! @anne_hidalgo @egregoire @emmanuelmacron https://t.co/uojgwhaler

- VITT-VICTIMES & RESCAPEDEL'EXplosionDetrevise1201 (@victimestrevise) january 11, 2022

This framework agreement is a relief, even if it remains tinged bitterness. "The disaster is evaluated between 200 and 300 million euros, that the Paris City Hall Cree Victoire to put 20 million euros on the table after three years is in my eyes a little indecent, if it had put Six months ... », regrets with release Dominique Paris, president of the association Treviso together. The Town Hall "will have to complete at a time" according to Linda Zaourar, president of the Association Vret (victims and survivors of the explosion of the rue de Treviso), even if the other parties involved in the explosion - the trustee, GRDF, the Insurer of the Generali Trade Union Council and the company of BTP Fayolle - also abound the fund.

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Rescue workers have found a body under the rubble of a bakery in Paris that was destroyed in a powerful explosion , bringing the overall death toll to four. Two firefighters and a Spanish tourist were also killed in the Saturday morning blast that injured dozens and badly damaged nearby apartments. Around 50 people were injured, nine of them seriously, including several foreign tourists who were in the area to visit local attractions like the Musee Grevin wax museum and the popular Rue des Martyrs.

The Paris Agreement restated a commitment made in 2009 that the world's richer countries should provide 0bn annually by 2020 to help developing nations deal with the effects of climate change, and build greener economies. That means reducing greenhouse gas emissions as much as possible and compensating for any remaining emissions by removing them from the atmosphere, using natural or artificial processes. The average global temperature has already risen by about 1.1C, and scientists say action must be stepped up if we are to have any chance of curbing dangerous climate change.


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"Exceptional character"

The agreement contains the "Recognition of the exceptional character of the explosion according to terms that remain confidential" , indicated Emmanuel Gregory, first deputy (PS) ) from the Mayor PS Anne Hidalgo in charge of urban planning. Wednesday last, the city, indicted in this file and to whom the victims reproached so far from "playing the watch" , said to be ready to sign without further delay the compensation framework agreement While the contribution of the other parties involved, including the condominium trustee also indicted and the GRDF gas distributor remains confidential.

Emmanuel Gregory had announced in early October that the city would abound by 20 million euros the compensation fund "without the assume of its guilt" . He had declared that this amount was an "first step".

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