The death of Philip Monguillot, the bus driver, of Bayonne, is still in all of the heads, three weeks after the fact. It is for reasons similar to those of its aggression than in Dijon (Côte-d'or), Thursday, 30 July at 18: 30, a driver of a tram of Keolis Dijon Mobility, which operates the transport network, via the company Divia, has been targeted by two individuals. They got out of the train when he reminded them of the obligation to wear a mask, epidemic, coronavirus requires, " explains the site Info Dijon.
The tone would be mounted between the offender and the agent, who had left his lodge. The latter was insulted, then struck, explained the CGT Divia. The driver, who was injured, has been taken in charge by the fire department. These have confirmed to the Agence France-Presse have taken care of Thursday night agent Divia 52 years and transferred to the "wounded light" at the hospital. "Two minors are currently in police custody for the assault of a driver," said the Agency France-Press the public prosecutor of Dijon, without providing further details on these alleged assailants. "An investigation is underway," he added of his side, the departmental directorate of public security in Côte-d'or.
"We are relatively worried about it,"
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"We are relatively worried about it," noted Frédéric Pissot, noting that "the CGT [had] asked for the return of all vehicles to the depot the same evening" of aggression, this that the management was not accepted. Contacted by Agence France-Presse, Divia has stated that" a single person had asked for his right of withdrawal ", and that the activity of the network was continued normally.
Thursday evening, a minor has been placed in police custody in Orleans after he struck a bus driver who called for the port of the mask. The latter has been prescribed 4 days of ITT (total incapacity of work) due to, inter alia, injury to the eye. in The site Info Dijon recalls that on 8 July, the 300 tram drivers and bus Divia had symbolically stopped work for one minute in tribute to Philip Monguillot. An action that was also intended to protest against the recurring attacks of which the agents say they are victims. Attacked on 5 July, the bus driver, of Bayonne died 5 days later after having been the target of three individuals to which it inter alia requested to wear a mask.