Two groups of about forty yellow Vests occupy, since 8 am, Saturday 1st December, 2018, the roundabouts of Kerlann and Sainte-Anne, in Vannes. Traffic is slowed down in Kerlann’s commercial area. More actions are expected in the morning.
Around 9 pm, Saturday 1st December 2018 a snail operation took place from the roundabout of the Three Kings, Saint-Ave, to the parking lot of the station valves. Protesters glued the toll planks with tape with the goal was to make access free.
⚠️ [Circulation routière – #Morbihan]
Point à 9h ce samedi #1erdécembre
Plusieurs rassemblements et des zones avec filtrage sont observées. Une opération escargot est en cours sur le secteur de #Vannes.
La situation peut évoluer, suivez-nous pour rester informé. pic.twitter.com/LZ4QBbCRUc
— Préfet du Morbihan (@Prefet56) 1 December 2018
Since 8 am, this Saturday morning, about forty yellow Vests slows the motorists on the roundabouts of Kerlann and Sainte-Anne, in Vannes. Traffic in the commercial area of Kerlann is disrupted.
“A peaceful operation and in compliance with the law, explains a protester. We will not block the businesses involved in collecting the Food Bank. “ Other demonstrators are expected in the morning.
At the Luscanen roundabout, some demonstrators organise filter dams.
At the roundabout Atlanteix, Theix, the situation is calm