one dead and two seriously injured during a brawl on the sidelines of a party in Crépol, an investigation for “intentional homicide” and “attempted homicide” is opened

Between 300 and 400 people were attending a private party in Crépol when around ten young people tried to infiltrate it during the night from Saturday to Sunday.

A brawl broke out during a village festival in Crépol in the north of the Drôme department, reports France Bleu Drôme Ardèche on Sunday November 19. A 16-year-old boy was stabbed to death. Eight people were injured, two of them in absolute emergency. Eight others were taken care of by firefighters in a state of shock, France Bleu Drôme Ardèche learned from consistent sources. The suspects are on the run, according to a source close to the investigation. “It’s gratuitous violence, it was very brutal and very violent”testifies the mayor of Crépol, Martine Lagut.

This same source indicates that 300 to 400 people were participating in a private party in the village hall when around ten young people tried to infiltrate, around 1:30 a.m., during the night from Saturday to Sunday. The security guard guarding the entrance stopped them from passing. It was at that moment that a violent clash between the young people and this agent who was injured with a stab broke out, according to the Valencia prosecutor’s office. Then, several guests came out of the party room and a fight broke out. The prosecution remains cautious, the circumstances are still unclear.

A 16-year-old boy died during transport to hospital

In total, 17 people were treated by the 39 firefighters involved, including the 16-year-old teenager. He died during his transport to the Lyon University Hospital, specifies France Bleu Drôme Ardèche. The two victims treated in absolute emergency were transported to the Valence hospital center. The report also shows six minor injuries. Finally, eight people were treated for shock.

The mayor of Crépol, Martine Lagut, expressed her shock: “I feel depressed, because it’s not normal for things like this to happen in our small rural villages. It’s a tragedy that we’re experiencing, our village is very affected by this event. It’s important gratuitous violence, it was very brutal and very violent.” Nicolas Daragon, mayor of Valence and president of the agglomeration, also reacted: “I now hope that the attackers, whoever they are, wherever they are, will be found quickly, put out of harm’s way and handed over to justice, from whom I expect a decision that is as severe as it is exemplary.”

An investigation into “intentional homicide” and “attempted homicide” was entrusted to the research section of the Grenoble gendarmerie, said the Public Prosecutor of Valence Laurent de Caigny. A psychological cell was opened.

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