An Italian woman has died after she was hit by electric scooter riders in Paris, according to reports.
French police were still seeking witnesses to help them track down the suspects nearly a week after the fatal crash.
Just before 1 a.m. on June 14th, a woman in her early 30s identified as Miriam had just left her job at an Italian restaurant in the 6th arrondissement of the French capital and was walking with her boyfriend and colleague when tragedy struck.
Two girls riding an e-scooter reportedly collided with Miriam and her friend, causing the former to fall and strike her head on the sidewalk.
Shockingly, the fatally-injured Miriam was also robbed by onlookers in the chaos that ensued, according to Actu 17, and the scooter riders managed to escape.
"The divers from the river brigade who patrolled the Seine jumped from their boat and tried to revive the victim while waiting for help," Le Parisien reported. "Miriam was in cardiopulmonary arrest. Although her heart returned after 30 minutes of massage, she was then transported in absolute urgency, unconscious to the hospital of Pitié-Salpêtrière (13th arrondissement)."
Miriam succumbed to her injuries less than 48 hours later.
After being diagnosed clinically brain dead, her organs were harvested for donation, per her family's wishes.
"Originally from the region of Capalbio, in Tuscany, Miriam had left Italy to settle in Paris, in Saint-Germain-des-Prés (6th arrondissement) and worked in a small Italian restaurant in the neighborhood, rue Grégoire de Tours (6th arrondissement), as a responsible waitress," according to Le Parisien.
The Paris prosecutor's office has opened an investigation into intentional homicide by driver, aggravated by hit-and-run.
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