It is in the city center, on the Place des Carmes in Toulouse that the accident took place this Tuesday afternoon. Two pedestrians were hit by a car that ended its journey embedded in a shop window.

The accident took place around 5 p.m. Firefighters intervened to rescue three injured people: one whose foot was trapped under the wheel of the car, another pedestrian who signaled himself and the driver himself who was reportedly slightly injured as a result of the shock.

The 32-year-old man, who was trapped under the vehicle, was transported to the shock center at Purpan Hospital in an absolute emergency. The other pedestrian, a young woman, was taken to a Toulouse clinic while the driver, who did not show any injury, was left behind.

The driver apparently lost control of his electric vehicle when exiting the Carmes car park. The square was temporarily closed to traffic.