Snow in Brittany, rave-party, record audience for France-England: midday update
Snow in Brittany this Sunday
It was expected: snow fell in Brittany overnight from Saturday to Sunday. But not all of the territory wakes up this Sunday morning with the ground covered in a white coat. According to the first observations on the ground, it is especially in Morbihan and Ille-et-Vilaine that the snow seems to have fallen during the night. This afternoon, a disturbance should sink in the region, enough to cause new snow showers “in the interior” of Brittany, according to Météo Bretagne.
Accidents on the road in Brittany because of the ice
A motorist traveling near Scrignac lost control of his vehicle in a bend due to the ice on the road, at a place called Le Poivre. The car ended up on its roof, but the driver was able to get out of the vehicle on his own. The victim was taken care of by the Guerlesquin firefighters, who took him to the hospital as a precaution.
Rave party underway in Rennes: at least 3,000 partygoers on site
A rave party has been underway since Saturday evening in a former disused Sernam hangar, in the Plaine de Baud district of Rennes. At 9:30 a.m. this Sunday, at least 3,000 partygoers are on site. They arrived gradually around 10 p.m. on Saturday to install three sound bars. The music would have started from three hours later. Tents have been installed around the building, which adjoins a Keolis bus depot.
Audience: TF1 breaks a new record during England-France
The match was followed by 17.7 million viewers on Saturday evening on TF1, according to figures from Médiamétrie. This is the best audience of the year for TF1 and even a record since 2018 with an audience share of 62.8% on Saturday evening, and a peak of 20.1 million viewers at 10 p.m. the channel said. Note that Emmanuel Macron will travel to Qatar on Wednesday for the semi-final of the World Cup which will oppose France to Morocco.
Alps: death of a skier in an avalanche, the 3rd in a week
A 55-year-old skier died on Saturday in an avalanche in Vars (Haute-Alpes). The 50-year-old was caught in a casting in the afternoon, while he was off-piste, under the peak of Chabrières, a place accessible by the ski lifts of the station. He was found dead by paramedics. This is the third death in an avalanche in a week in the Alps.
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