MISE & Agrave ; DAY
A 19-year-old young man was the victim of his passion for cars this weekend after going off the road probably caused by speed, in the Center-du-Québec region.
“& nbsp; I often told him to be careful, dropped with regret Gilles Bernier, Samuel's father. There are some who never do follies [with speed], there are some who do more. Him, I think he was reckless. & Nbsp; “
The tragic event occurred on Saturday morning around 3 a.m. on road 143, in Saint-Pie-de-Guire when the young adult was returning from Drummondville with a friend. & nbsp;
He would have deviated from his lane because of the high speed of the vehicle to then roll over and mow two poles, according to the Sûreté du Québec.
Samuel Bernier's death was confirmed a few hours later. His passenger for his part suffered serious injuries, but his life would not be in danger.
According to Gilles Bernier, it is not ruled out that a mechanical breakage or even ice is involved. .
“& nbsp; Live life to the fullest while remaining careful. Life is always too short & nbsp; “, launched to young drivers France Gauthier, the mother of the deceased.
Passion well felt
His son, who worked for Lincoln Canada, died while savoring his passion. & Nbsp;
A great car enthusiast, the Until recently, a resident of Saint-Hyacinthe owned four cars.
He lost his life in his white Audi, very close to a place where he and his friends usually went. 'have fun.
“Samuel, his car, was his baby. He said if he lost her, he wanted to go with it. This is what happened, “said Gauthier, her voice choked with emotion.
” He [will] always be by our side. Even if he is at the top, he will always be on our minds & nbsp; “, said Coralie, one of Samuel Bernier's two sisters.
A tribute is expected to be paid to Samuel later this week. & nbsp;
Car parades bringing together a few hundred people will take place in the areas of Drummondville, Saint -Hyacinthe and Saint-Marcel-de-Richelieu.
Such support is heartwarming for the bereaved family. & Nbsp;
“& nbsp; How appalling there is has friends who only say good things about him & nbsp; “, Gilles Bernier said in astonishment.
” & nbsp; He was such a good boy. He was there all the time for his friends. Every time he saw someone cry, he cried with it. He was always there for us, “said Océanne Gagnon, a longtime friend of Samuel.