A few hundred people marched yesterday to offer their condolences and share the sharp pain of the relatives of Norah and Romy Carpentier in this difficult day of the funeral. Among them, the mayor of Lévis has announced that a commemorative plaque in memory of the girls would be fitted.
All together, the present people have sought to share a little of the pain of the family, heartbroken by the death still mysterious girls of 11 and 6 years old.
Like many of his citizens, the mayor of Lévis appeared upset at its output. He took advantage of his meeting with the family to announce that a memorial to the memory of the girls would be erected.
“We will take the necessary measures to ensure that we are in the parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, the memory of the young girls will be honored forever. We will install a commemorative plaque,” said Mr. Lehouillier, wishing that the City ” [not forget] never this drama, which came to us.”
Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu was keen to be present at the funeral.
Throughout the day, the expressions of support to Amélie Lemieux, the mother of the girls, and the other members of the family have multiplied. Through the crowd, all were struggling to find the words to explain the inexplicable.
Among these people, the president of the 128th scout group of Charny, who was well acquainted with the two sisters. “People don’t have the words. Everyone followed it, the children especially. My job is to protect them and that one passes through, but this is not an easy thing,” says François Samson, the voice switched off.
Many children also have a parade to come and pay tribute to the two small. Obviously, Norah and Romy have not lacked friends during their too brief existence.
These boys brought flowers in memory of Romy and Norah.
“When I get up, I still can’t accept that it is true what happened”, said Tristan Falardeau, who came with a flower in hand.
Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu, who has also lost his daughter, who was murdered in 2002, was to be present.
Upset by the events, he assured his support to the family. “To be with them, that is to say : “I have experienced the same thing as you. It was a language of the heart that is similar”. That is to say, yes we can get out of it.”