the driver in intensive care after a heart attack, according to her lawyer

After having nervously cracked Thursday during his interrogation in court, the driver of the bus accident in 2017 in Millas was transferred this Saturday to intensive careafter a heart attack“, indicates his lawyer Me Jean Codognés to France Bleu Roussillon. Nadine Oliveira, 53, has been on trial for a week in Marseille for homicide and involuntary injuries. On December 14, 2017, the collision of his school bus with a TER had cost his life to six schoolboys, and seventeen others had been injured.

According to Me Jean Codognés, Nadine Oliveira would have been the victim of “tako tsubo syndromealso called broken heart syndrome. It usually occurs after stress intense physical or psychological. The conductor”must pass a third scanner on Monday at the Nord hospital in Marseille“, which compromises his presence in court for the second week of hearings.

This is torture

The president had to suspend the hearing Thursday evening, as the bus driver was again questioned about the accident. Pressed with questions by the lawyers for the civil parties, she broke down nervously. Taken by an attack of irrepressible sobs, she had been evacuated by the firefighters.

This Saturday evening, his lawyer denounces once again “the relentlessness“lawyers for the civil parties,”who engage in a competition to associate their name with forced confessions: it is torture worthy of the Middle Ages“. Since the events, Nadine Oliveira has always claimed to have seen the barriers of the level crossing open, even if the numerous expert reports say the opposite.

On the side of the civil parties, the lawyers deny engaging in a “gratuitous relentlessness“on the accused.”We ask him the questions we need to ask him. We are obliged to put it face to face with its contradictions“, indicated Thursday evening Me Philippe Ayral. “For the past week, all the expert reports have shown that barriers were lowered. We can understand that Mrs. Oliveira, after four days, is in difficulty to accept this idea.

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