A motorcyclist in her sixties rested between life and death on Sunday, after having left the road with her racing car.
The police officers of the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) were called for a road trip, Sunday, shortly before 10 a.m., on route 381, at kilometer 66, between Ferland-et-Boileau and Saint-Urbain, near Lac-Pikauba in Charlevoix.< /p>
“She was alone on her motorcycle,” said SQ spokeswoman Hélène Saint-Pierre. She was taken to hospital and there are fears for her life. […] It would have had a loss of control, according to the first information.
A police officer in investigation-collision is on the spot to analyze the scene. Traffic alternates.
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