In France, the car crashed into a bus stop twice in one day
In the South of France in Marseille, the car crashed into a bus stop twice a day. One person was killed after a car crashed into a bus stop in the southern French city of Marseille.
The driver was arrested on the Boulevard Charles Livon, the police operation continues. It was unclear if the event was intentional. Police asked the public to avoid the area of the Old port. The driver was known to the authorities for "acts of juvenile offense" and, it seems, has a "psychiatric history", said the police.
The first incident took place at 8.15 local time on Monday when a driver crashed into a bus stop in the 13th arrondissement in the North of the city, according to Reuters, before you strike at the second bus stop after an hour in the 11th arrondissement, a few miles to the South.