“Oh watch out!” : a user falls heavily live on BFMTV, the journalist does not know where to go
By Benoit Mandin TV Journalist Journalist specializing in the world of television, Benoit never misses an episode of Love is in the meadow, The Voice, Dance with the stars, Mask Singer, Star Academy or Who wants to be my partner. He is also a fan of Quotidien, C à vous and L’heure des pros. France is paralyzed by a new day of mobilization against the pension reform this Tuesday, March 7, 2023. To cover the consequences, BFMTV has decided to offer a special day. During her morning, Candice Mehout intervened from Saint-Lazare station. The journalist was confronted with the fall of a user who wanted to access a train…
While the Senate is responsible for studying it, the pension reform continues to revolt a large part of the French. The country is paralyzed by a new day of mobilization this Tuesday, March 7, 2023.
France in slow motion this Tuesday, March 7
Transport is particularly impacted by this new strike action against the reform ardently defended by the government of Elisabeth Borne. At SNCF, 80% of TGVs and Ouigos are canceled. In Île-de-France, RER traffic is severely disrupted. Same thing for the metros at the RATP. Many lines operate in slow motion in Paris.
In this context, BFMTV has decided to offer a special day. The chain, where Apolline de Malherbe broke a taboo with Julien Bayou, dispatched many special envoys to the stations. Shortly after 8 a.m., Candice Mahout intervened in the morning of Christophe Delay and Adeline François from Saint-Lazare station.
The journalist gave the floor to Anne. “Have you taken your train? Did you organize yourself this morning so as not to miss this one?”, she asked him. “Ah well yes because we have no choice. If we magnify it, it's over! You would see all the platforms are empty…”, replied the one who is HRD.< /p>
Candice Mahout asked her what she thought of this movement against pension reform. “I think we will still be forced to delay our retirement age. Afterwards, we have to solve the problems of hardship… It's true that there is a real reflection to be had. But the project of law, he died anyway. He was so watered down…”, estimated Anne.
A man falls heavily live on BFMTV
So she was talking about Anne's return for this evening, Candice Mahout was faced with an incident. A man jumped out to board the train and fell heavily. “Oh be careful!”, she launched, before rushing to the individual. “This is what can happen when you're running, trying to catch the only train that's leaving….”, commented the BFMTV journalist.
Candice Mahout, who made a passenger miss her train during the strike on Thursday January 19, added: “This is the type of difficulty that can arise today. But otherwise, travelers have rather organized themselves and there is no crowd this morning on the platforms of the Saint-Lazare station”. Christophe Delay and Adeline François have taken over the air. This one considered that messages calling to pay attention to the walk at the entrance of the train should be affixed in the stations.