프랑스 당국은 용의자를 말했다, 청바지를 입고, 빨간색과 흰색 줄무늬 셔츠와 노란색 비옷, 누군가가 그녀에게 닿기 전에 현장에서 도망 쳤습니다.. 그녀는 읽는 사인을 들고 있었다 “OPI-IMO로 이동!” as cyclist Tony Martin and his teammates crashed into her.
에 따르면 Ouest-France, the woman fled the scene and may have traveled to Germany. The woman intended to send a message for her grandparents.
Several videos posted on social media showed a spectator holding out a cardboard sign on the side of the road when a rider in the peloton crashed into the sign, causing a massive pileup.
Tour deputy director Pierre-Yves Thouault told AFP that the tour plans to sue.
“We are suing this woman who behaved so badly,” 그는 말했다. “We are doing this so that the tiny minority of people who do this do not spoil the show for everyone.”
Lieutenant-colonel Joel Scherer of the French Gendarmerie also told AFP that the police intend to charge the suspect when she’s found for “unintentional short-term injury through a manifestly deliberate breach of a duty of safety or care.”
Bradley Wiggins, 누가 이겼는지 2012 Tour de France, said he had no sympathy for the fan.
“They’re part and parcel of the spectacle of the Tour de France. 그리고 올해, 특히, being able to come back onto the route and watch it. I don’t know how you police it,” Wiggins told Eurosport.
Christian Prudhomme, the general director for the Tour, said the massive number of fans at the race was an issue.
“You come here to see heroes,” Prudhomme told French media. “If you want to see yourself look in the mirror.”
Fox News’ Paulina Dedaj and the Associated Press contributed to this report.