A router truck fell into the river this Thursday morning in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Hauts-de-Seine)
There is the romantic Seine. And there is the more industrial Seine. This morning, the rescuers are in a hurry around a Unibéton mixer truck, which fell into the river in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Hauts-de-Seine), a few steps from Paris. The heavyweight drifted a hundred meters in the direction of Saint-Germain Island before running aground, the cabin towards the bottom of the river.
For now, it is not known if the machine was occupied at the time of the accident. A zodiac from the police headquarters is on site, as well as several fire engines.
WTF ??# A top truck #unibeton fell into the Seine… obviously it was empty and drifted 100m before running aground at the foot of the Ile St Germain… I hope the driver got away with it! #truckaccident pic.twitter.com/EP1s3Vn4kC
– Gaël Pollès (@GaelPolles) March 24, 2022
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