This is the story about a life that was saved by a few minutes. This was a great day to be a mountain guide. This mountain outing, which involved three clients and a ski tour in the Aiguilles Rouges, was conducted under the best circumstances. On Friday, March 4, Laurent Collignon, the guide, collapsed at Lac Blanc. The experienced mountain professional was suffering from cardiac arrest in the middle nature.
At 10:30 p.m. on Friday, a 75-year-old man was taken aboard the Modane Gendarmerie Air Detachment helicopter to Grenoble. He had been discovered, very seriously injured, near his garden at the bottom of Chemin du Poutet, in Saint-Julien-Montdenis, a plot of land that he has been used to cultivating for thirty years.
Brazilian federal police continue their investigation into the disappearance of a British journalist, and an indigenist from Brazil since Sunday. "Apparently, human organic matter" was found. However, no connection to the two men has been confirmed at this time.
Wednesday, May 18, will be etched in the minds of thousands of truck drivers and motorists who were driving on the A7 motorway. Near Chasse-sur-Rhone, an accident that involved a car and truck hauling hazardous materials (19,000 liters) caused hardship for nearly 24 hours. The driver was not able to survive her injuries. An investigator recently obtained the testimony of a motorist to shed light on the circumstances of this tragedy.
You will be able to see the first part, which features five stars, of the 74th Criterium du Dauphine's final weekend. Wout van Aert will be seen in yellow and blue as he parades through the 12th Stage of the Tour de France on July 14. This quasi-replica could cause a major upset to the overall classification due to the sequence of climbs at the Cols du Galibier and Croix de Fer, and the final climb up to Vaujany.
> Criterium du Dauphine - Galibier, Croix de Fer and Vaujany... big explanation between the favourites!