It happened in the south of the country, in the city of Montpellier. The driver fled.
And 14-year-old boy shot dead Fans were celebrating France’s World Cup semi-final victory after being deliberately hit by a car in the city of Montpellier in the south of France.
the driver fled from the spot But the vehicle appeared nearby and police are investigating what may have led to the hit-and-run, according to officials.
A video posted on Twitter after France’s victory over Morocco on Wednesday night shows a car driving dangerously close to a crowd in the street.
The boy, whose name was not made public, he was taken to the hospital and died for his injuries. French media said he was 14 years old.
French parliamentarian Nathalie Ouziole expressed her “immense sadness (that) a sporting event ended in a complete tragedy.”
Elsewhere in France, crowds in Paris and other cities were filled with excitement as France reached the final of the tournament. The celebrations were relatively few.
Disappointed Moroccan fans joined enthusiastic supporters of the winning team to pay tribute to the North African team’s record-breaking result.
in the capital of Belgium, Around 100 people were arrested Some fans fired fireworks at police and damaged vehicles in central Brussels on Wednesday night.