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A deadly accident occurred at Gaiariaguet Station, Gironde, Wednesday, January 26, 2022. A 20-year-old man was hit by a train while he crossed the ways. An investigation is underway.
A 20-year-old man died, Wednesday, January 26, 2022, after being hit by a train at Gariaguet Station, Gironde. The accident occurred around 7:30 am, while the victim passed through the way, reports.
launched at full speed, the ter connecting Bordeaux to Saint Marien could not avoid the young man. The latter went to his place of internship, told our colleagues ofBrigitte Misiak, the Mayor (PS) of Marsas, a neighboring village in which the victim lived.
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"If you want to go to Bordeaux, you have to cross the ways. For all rural stations it's like that. There are no bridges or underground. Only there in the big stations ",, Alain Montangon, the Mayor (DVG) of Gauitaguet.
"The causes of the accident still fuzzy but there would have been no failure from the SNCF" , "said Brigitte Misiak on the local radio before specifying. An investigation was opened to determine the circumstances of the tragedy. The gendarmerie of Saint-André de Cubzac is in charge of investigations.
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