Bad luck for two migrants of Eritrean origin who thought they could get to Belgium from Italy by hiding in a truck. On arrival, Tuesday, at the end of their trip, no Blegique in sight but the parking lot of the Tricastin nuclear power station in Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux (Drôme), reports France Bleu Drôme Ardèche .
The two men had taken a break from the truck driver to hide behind the vehicle in Ventimiglia, on the border between France and Italy.
Unfortunately for them, this truck loaded with mechanical parts did not go as planned to Belgium but to the French nuclear power station, where the driver stopped around 11 am.
Once stopped, after a while, the two migrants at the back hit the walls of the truck to get out. They fell on the gendarmes.
The oldest, major, was notified an obligation to leave the French territory. The youngest, minor, should be accompanied by child welfare in the department of Drôme.