Fear A timely out of gas ended this mad dash, which resulted in no injuries
The 60-year-old made a mistake in Millau (Aveyron) and stopped at Saint-Flour (Cantal), 130 km further on. Drawing. — Nicolas Messyasz
This routing error could have had much more serious consequences and resulted in cold sweats quite a few motorists. Aveyron Press Centerrecounts the highway epic of a sixty-year-old, Friday evening, at the wheel of his Mazda. The man, originally from the Rodez sector (Aveyron), got lost on the Larzac area, on the side of Larzac. of Millau. He inadvertently borrowed the A75 to; misdirection around 10 p.m. Probably also distraught; than the occupants of the cars he passed, fortunately few in number. this late hour, the Aveyronnais did not manage to reach the goal. find an escape. He rolled about an hour, before a providential fuel shortage put an end to the his mad dash.
The regional daily specifies that it’s been “Recovered” by the gendarmerie platoon of Saint-Flour, in Cantal, about 130 km after entering the motorway. The sexagenarian's blood alcohol level was negative. Although he didn’t cause no accident, he could however be prosecuted for “endangering the lives of others”.