a police officer seriously injured after being hit during a refusal to comply in Anzin

The police officer held a roadblock in order to stop the driver of the vehicle. The suspect was arrested

A police officer was seriously injured on Monday evening in Anzin after being hit by the driver of a car following a refusal to comply, said the firefighters of the North.

Around 11 p.m., a chase began with customs following the refusal to comply. According to a police source at BFMTV, a BAC patrol is called in as reinforcements and then sets up a blockade at a roundabout.

The driver of the vehicle decides to take the roundabout in the wrong direction and hits a 29-year-old police officer.

The vital prognosis not engaged

Emergency services rushed to the scene to treat the victim, who was in critical condition. She was transported to the Valenciennes hospital center. According to the Alliance Hauts-de-France union, his vital prognosis is not engaged.

The policeman was seriously injured in the legs and back and suffered several fractures. His tailbone is potentially broken. He is part of the proximity security group of Valenciennes, according to Matthew Valet, spokesperson for the Independent Union of Police Commissioners (SICP),

The suspect arrested

According to a police source at BFMTV, the alleged perpetrator was arrested after trying to flee on foot. Known to the police, he had narcotics in his possession, information confirmed by the Minister of the Interior who reacted to this event on Tuesday morning on his Twitter account.

“Every day our law enforcement officers face attempted murders while doing their job. We should all be supporting them rather than standing with the offenders,” he tweeted.

For his part, the PCF deputy from the North Fabien Roussel announced on BFMTV and RMC his desire to go there in the afternoon to “provide support” to the colleagues of the injured policeman.

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