A violent road accident occurred near Treffléan (Morbihan) on Sunday, September 5, 2021. A sixty-year-old lost his life.

A violent road accident occurred Sunday, September 5, 2021, at around 6 p.m., on the departmental road 175. The frontal impact involving two vehicles took place shortly after the Kerboulard roundabout, in the direction of Treffléan (Morbihan). A 60-year-old lost his life in the accident.

Initial evidence indicates that a vehicle carrying a couple and their three children swung to the left before hitting head-on an oncoming car. “The driver would have been dazzled by the sun”, reports the command of the gendarmerie of Vannes.

The driver of the vehicle arriving in the opposite direction, a 61-year-old man living in Rochefort-en-Terre (Morbihan), died. Also present in the car, his wife was taken care of by the emergency services in a state of shock and transferred to the hospital in Vannes.

The five occupants of the car that got deported, including a 7-month-old child, were also transported to the Vannes hospital center. “There are no serious injuries to report,” he said.

Traffic was cut off for more than 2 hours in the vicinity of the accident. Time to carry out rescue operations for the wounded and allow the soldiers of Questembert to carry out the first surveys for the investigation.

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