An inspector was attacked on Saturday on the Nantes tramway. She had to get four stitches. drivers will refuse to work, on Monday. Pascal Bolo, the first deputy mayor, denouncing a climate “extremely painful” in public transport and calls on users to show their solidarity.
She is a woman of the monitoring team who took the blows. Saturday at 2pm, on line 3 of the tram, at the roundabout of Vannes, Nantes, an inspector was assaulted by a man. Suffering head injuries, she was transported to University Hospital by the emergency services, where she had to get four stitches.
Her attacker was not arrested. Also those on Friday night who have molested a bus driver, of Calvary Street, St. Nicolas stop have also not been arrested yet..
These two cases, which remind us of other incidents have started to worry existing staff on the trams and buses. Large disturbances are expected Monday in transit Nantes.
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Pascal Bolo, the first deputy mayor, denounced this new assault on Saturday. “The climate created by this accumulation of offenses is extremely painful Friday at St. Nicolas stop, people attacked the controller because they felt she watched them. It’s not possible! It will take everybody to understand that we must respect these public service officials. Beyond prevention means that we continue to deploy, we need a collective consciousness. these people (that attack) must feel that they are subject to general disapproval. “