RESCUE “If my co-worker hadn't caught up to me, I would crash three floors down,” said police officer
The agents were pursuing a man recently convicted of trafficking in narcotics. Drawing. — Mathieu Pattier/SIPA
A policewoman brushed past death during an arrest at Champigny-sur-Marne (Val-de-Marne), last Saturday. The 26-year-old told the stage at the Parisian.
While on patrol with his teammate, they chased after a recently convicted man. for drug trafficking. During the chase, the grievor was struck at head before the suspect attempted to escape through a roof. “I didn’t think about it, I took the same route as him,” she explained.
A fall of three floors
Ready to build; everything to flee, the 20-year-old man would have picked up the hands of her pursuer as she also tried to climb. “When I saw him do it, I couldn’t believe it, he has already done it. been violent […] but I never would have thought; to such a gesture,” before adding: “if my colleague hadn’t caught up with me, I’d crashed three floors down.
Later, the police realized that she would have “d” let him climb without joining him because on the roof çit would have been; very dangerous too. But in action you’not realize everythingça…”