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For the second time in just a few days a driver in France has seen their vehicle end up in the entrance to a Metro station. This time it was in Paris.
Parisian drivers, especially those in vans have a tendency to park anywhere they want, much to the annoyance of pedestrians and local residents.

But on Wednesday one van driver took this to another level by leaving his vehicle on the steps of an entrance to a Paris Metro station. Albeit accidentally.


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Two people suffered minor injuries in the incident which took place at around 1pm at Metro Corentin Cariou in the 19th arrondissement (see map below), according to French media reports.
It appears the driver may lost control of the vehicle, according to France info, although Le Parisien reported that the van had been parked on the pavement without the handbrake on, before it rolled forward and down the steps.
“It was not a malevolent act,” said the police.    Read more
For the second time in just a few days a driver in France has seen their vehicle end up in the entrance to a Metro station. This time it was in Paris. Parisian drivers, especially those in vans have a tendency to park anywhere they want, much to the annoyance of pedestrians and local residents. But on Wednesday one van driver took this to another level by leaving his vehicle on the steps of an entrance to a Paris Metro station. Albeit accidentally. For the second time in just a few days a driver in France has seen their vehicle end up in the entrance to a Metro station. This time it was in Paris. Parisian drivers, especially those in vans have a tendency to park anywhere they want, much to the annoyance of pedestrians and local residents. But on Wednesday one van driver took this to another level by leaving his vehicle on the steps of an entrance to a Paris Metro station. Albeit accidentally.