A photographer who had been lying for nine hours on the sidewalk of a busy street in Paris has died of a cold

Renே Robert is 84 years old. He left the house for a walk and fell to the ground, where he lay lifeless until a homeless man called the fire department.

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“Murder by negligence”. In a Twitter post, French journalist and musician Michael Mombontet described the death of his friend Rene Robert

Robert, 84, left his home in Rue de Turbigo in central Paris on Wednesday night, January 19, for a walk. After nine o’clock in the evening, he fell on the sidewalk not far from the house, and it is not yet known whether he stumbled or fainted. It rested between a wine shop and an optician, in the full view of passersby, locals, tourists, and workers at nearby restaurants. According to French newspaper, For the next nine hours he lay on the ground, with no one to help him or call emergency services.

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Had to wait until 6:30 the next day, a homeless man alerted firefighters who, at the scene, “saw him lying on the ground with a head injury and blood”. Due to the low temperature, the photographer was pronounced dead at the Kochi hospital. Ren Robert died of “severe hypothermia”.

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“It was brilliant. He was very attentive and funny to others, but he was a man of few words. He spoke in a low voice. The journalist expressed that he did not want to.

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