On July 7, a young man posted a tweet to the less mysterious. He had already mentioned the train derailment in Brétigny, which killed six people, this Friday night …
A tweet questioning, dated July 7, is the buzz on social networks. And because he announced the train crash near Paris, which killed six people Friday night.
Metronews contacted by the young man named Adrian, explained why his message., Retweeted over 3000 times already.
“I take the RER C to go to Paris and I always felt through the referral Bretigny the train could derail. We really felt that the train was moving from left to right so important, “he says.
Some Internet users were to accuse the young man to be the cause of the tragedy.
Toujours cette impression que le train va détailler en arrivant à Bretigny —’
— Adrien (@A_Guesh) July 7, 2013
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