While some victims are still struggling to regain their former lives and the driver’s trial continues, the city of La Louviere has decided to create a space for the memory of the victims of the Strépy-Bracquegnies Carnival tragedy. A meeting was held with the victims and their families, in the presence of the various emergency services, on Thursday evening. During this meeting, the Mayor of La Louvière, Jacques Gobert, announced that a stele would be erected at the corner of the Rue des Canadiens and Rue Saint-Julien to honor the victims.
“A meeting was held, in the privacy and respect of the victims, this Thursday evening between the various services that intervened on March 20 and the families affected by the Stribi tragedy.‘Refers to the city of La Louviere.’The purpose of this meeting was to allow those who wanted to thank and reconnect with the people who saved and helped them. It was also an opportunity to remember that many services are still available to help those who want to.“
During this meeting, the Mayor of La Louvière, Jacques Gobert, announced that a stele would soon be erected at the corner of the Rue des Canadiens and Rue Saint-Julien to create a space in memory of the victims.
As a reminder, in addition to this new space for reflection, Minister Galatini announced that 187,280 euros will be freed to support three associations to support victims and to strengthen their teams in order to ensure effective follow-up.
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