The son of chef Yannick Alléno killed by a driver in Paris

Dramatic accident. The son of the cook Yannick Alléno died in the night from Sunday to Monday in Paris, mowed down by the driver of a car declared stolen.

According to our information, around 11:20 p.m., avenue Bosquet (VIIe), the young man who was traveling on a scooter was hit while stationary at a red light by a black Audi RS6. The 25-year-old driver had just stolen the vehicle from the Coya restaurant by giving the valet a fake ticket before slipping behind the wheel.

This man wanted for various traffic offenses wanted to pass between a taxi and a scooter while he was driving at high speed. He lost control of the car before hitting the taxi and then the two-wheeler, killing the young Antoine Alléno, 24, instantly. In a state of shock, the passenger of the scooter suffered from bruises. The injured driver was taken to hospital. He refused to submit to a blood alcohol test.

Yannick Alléno is a great French chef, based in the Paris region and father of two children including Antoine. He has had three Michelin stars since 2007 and runs a hotel group.

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