A 17-year-old girl has been arrested in connection with the shooting.
Terrible tragedy that happened during the wild boar hunt. On Saturday, February 19, a 25-year-old woman was killed by a bullet. The victim was walking with his companion when he was shot by a wild boar while hunting in the territory of a town near Arylock.
The teacher, who is suspected of being responsible for the deadly shooting, is a 17-year-old man. The latter was arrested on Sunday, February 20. An investigation into the “arson” has opened. As a reminder, in France, a minor from the age of 15 practices hunting in the presence and responsibility of a guide.
The victim was walking with his companion in the woods, on a marked sidewalk, in La Bécarie. As reported by France Blue. According to Aurillock’s lawyer, the bullet struck “on the left side of the body.” Emergency services were unable to resuscitate her, yet France still contacted Blue. According to our colleagues, she died “on the spot”.
17-year-old hunter in police custody
According to France InformationThe accident happened at around 3pm, on the edge of a wild boar hunt organized by the Casanios Recognized Communal Hunting Association. Mountain Its chairman, Jean-Pierre Boulanger. Pavlo Giambici, the public prosecutor in Arillock, pointed out that the author of the shooting, a 17-year-old young woman, was taken into police custody Sunday morning.
He was taken to Arylock Hospital, where he was initially unable to be heard by police. Negative in drug and alcohol testing, He was admitted to hospital in a “shock condition” on Saturday. According to the prosecutor, she was finally remanded in custody Sunday morning.
Many political reactions
Several political figures on Sunday called for a ban on hunting on weekends and school holidays. “She was 25. A young woman died of a bullet one afternoon during a hunt. Thoughts of her loved ones. This action needs extra restraint, it’s urgent!”, The environmental candidate insisted on Saturday. For the presidential election, Yannick Jodot, on Twitter. “Prohibition of hunting, at least on weekends and school holidays,” said Sandrin Rousseau, a finalist in the eco-primary.
Marine Le Pen, for her part, considers “hunting is an ancestral tradition and must be maintained.” “If you stop the hunters on the weekends, they can not hunt because they are still working as hunters. So walkers and hunters need to find a way to safely enjoy our unusual field,” she ruled. France Inter .
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